When Bigger is Better

The Sphinx

The Sphinx, Giza, Egypt

Nothing says power, superiority, importance, command like size. The bigger, the better when it comes to religion, government, or a combination of the two.  Ancient Egypt was one of the first civilizations to demonstration the power represented in size.

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Vocabulary Travels

” . . . is the word”

I usually only pick one of Paula’s great words but I was inspired to do four because I haven’t been posting much recently.

 

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Very Subtle Selfie

Can You See Me Now?

Store Window, Old Cairo, Egypt

I blend in quite well among the vintage Egyptian wares in a store front in Old Cairo. This challenge was a good use of a bad photo.

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Sunday Stills: Capturing Wind

Sails at Sunset

Sails capturing the wind, on the Nile at Luxor, Egypt

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K’lee & Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: Guess What This Is

It’s What’s Inside That Counts

Alabaster canoptic jars from King Tut’s Tomb.

To read more about King Tut’s canoptic shrine click here

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Thursday’s Special: Zoom In/Zoom Out

Zooming in on Isis

Roman shrine to the Goddess Isis, Luxor, Egypt. The restored shrine is near the first pylon of the Temple of Luxor and adjacent to the Avenue of the Sphinxes.

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