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Cee’s Black and White in colour.

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Burj Al Arab

 

Burj Al Arab

Burj Al Arab

 

Burj Al Arab

Vatican Spiral Stair Case

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Hope you enjoyed.

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Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday (create-with-joy.com)

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Cee-BW-Challenge-Indoor-Walks-Halls-Elevators

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Commencing at our hotel in Vienna…The Imperial Riding School.

 

 A long passage to…

elevators.

The foyer of Dubai’s

Burj Al Arab…

 with its twin walk ways/escalators

either side of the fountain.

Another walk to the

Sky View Lounge

after..

an elevator ride to the top.

 

However, over in the Vatican walkers

ascend this spiral (step less)

staircase at a more sedate pace.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge:

Indoor-Walks-Halls-Elevators

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge:

Lines & Angles

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Lines and angles provided from Dubai’s…

Burj Khalifa…

decor…

and surrounds.

Curved lines over straight lines.

Burj Khalifa or…

 Dubai Mall ceiling.

Finally two heavily darkened shots of

Dubai Mall Fountain.

 This was the 1 PM performance…we should have

gone to an evening performance.

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Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Lines-and-Angles

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A-Photo-a-Week-Challenge-At-The-Edge

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Standing at the edge of the Dubai Mall Fountain…

the surrounding buildings look rather tall.

 

However, one’s perspective tends to change

when the Fountain is viewed…

 

from the edge of the viewing platform

on the 148th floor of the

Burj Khalifa Tower next door.

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A Photo a Week Challenge: At-The-Edge

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THURSDAY’S SPECIAL-Pick-Word-July

When we visited Dubai last year

the draw card was….

was to have high tea in Dubai’s

182 metre (597 feet) high Burj Al Arab.

However, upon our arrival

we discovered the Burj Khalifa…

which at 830 metres high, (2,723 feet)

soared over the Burj Al Arab.

In fact Burj Khalifa is just over

four and a half times higher than the Burj Al Arab.

However, height comparisons aside,

High Tea in the Burj Al Arab

was definitely the highlight.

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Thursday’s Special: Pick-Word-July