Arts and Culture Travel Through the arch of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque September 15, 2013 Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque | Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Share thisClick to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related #Abu Dhabi#Silhouette#United Arab Emirates Post navigation ← Muchilottu Bhagavathi Theyyam A shy smile → 109 thoughts on “Through the arch of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque” Comment navigation Newer Comments → Wonderful place ! I love the contrast between people and the Grand Mosque. Great pic ! Reply ↓ superbe cette impression de regarder par le trou de la serrure ! Reply ↓ A great composition! Reply ↓ JD just one word for it ‘Grand’ Reply ↓ Another wonderful shot! Reply ↓ Superb construction and contrast Reply ↓ Great shot Joshi. Reply ↓ love it! Reply ↓ Wow ! so beautyfull… Reply ↓ C’est vraiment une très belle image ! Reply ↓ Amazing Joshi…Brilliantly Captured.. :) Reply ↓ Beautiful Reply ↓ Great shot Joshi! Well captured! Reply ↓ capturing any thing in its real essence is an art,you are getting right every time through your photography. Reply ↓ Impressive and inspiring photo – excellent captured… :-) Reply ↓ Great click! Complimenti, Daniel!;) Reply ↓ Bea-utiful! Reply ↓ KEY SHOT! BEAUTIFUL! BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED! Reply ↓ Wonderful photo! Love the perspective! Reply ↓ Nice composition of shadow and light… Reply ↓ Beautiful shot..:-) Reply ↓ Fantastic Joshi! Great framing and such dramatic contrast in light and shadow. Love it! Reply ↓ beautiful light! Reply ↓ Superb picture. Reply ↓ Reblogged this on The Noah Project and commented: Through the eye of a needle! Reply ↓ Awesome Reply ↓ Beautiful place and a beautiful shot! Reply ↓ nice comp here!! Reply ↓ Loved that black and white combination…unique Reply ↓ Iconic image! Terrific. Reply ↓ great shot Reply ↓ It looks like a big key hole….what an experience it must be like to stand before such entrance… Reply ↓ One to love! :) Reply ↓ Lovely shot :) Reply ↓ Beautiful composition. Even though it is a color photo, it has some black and white qualities. Great shot. Reply ↓ Fine composition, love the contrast. Reply ↓ love the picture and the view.. and ooooh this pictureee gets me back to the feeling of being homee :D abu dhabiee <3 :D Reply ↓ Love that! Reply ↓ This is one of the best shots of the Mosque I’ve seen. Yep, missing Dubai. Reply ↓ Wonderful composition through the “key hole”. Reply ↓ Glorious! Reply ↓ Great capture. Reply ↓ wow !! wonderful capture Reply ↓ I really like how you’ve framed this – and how that ‘frame’ creates a repetition with the shape(s) of other architectural elements! Brilliant! Reply ↓ What can be seen via eyes can be seen via camera lens too. Thanks for sharing. Reply ↓ A beautiful scene and you’ve framed it so well with the gate. It’s all the more special with the shape of the gate echoing the shape of the towers. It is certainly a striking scene. Reply ↓ I bet it’s one of the most photographed spots in the area! I love it, Joshi. So white. :) Reply ↓ It is s great picture Joshi. I love it how you made a frame of the building! :-) Reply ↓ A great composition to lead us into the frame, excellent. Reply ↓ Interesting capture. Reply ↓ Resembles a keyhole to some utopian place. Clean shot! Nice. Cheers, Blasphemous Aesthete Reply ↓ Great shot Joshi. So what are your thoughts about Abu Dhabi? How did you see it compare to Dubai? Shakti Reply ↓ interesting composition. loved the shot. :) Reply ↓ Loved the framing perspective of this image! Reply ↓ What a great picture! Love it:-) Reply ↓ Great frame ! cool shot ! Reply ↓ Fantastic tones and framing , I like the way you got the withe , Phil Reply ↓ extraordinary photo of sacred gateway Reply ↓ good one!! Reply ↓ very nice click joshi Reply ↓ Wish i cud click half as good as u Reply ↓ Excellent framing! The frame looks like a key hole. Reply ↓ Great composition! Reply ↓ Great composition and contrast! Reply ↓ Very nice! :-) Reply ↓ incredible……loved ur photography Reply ↓ Superb Reply ↓ That looks blinding. Reply ↓ Pics from arched gateways always look wonderful. Don’t they? Reply ↓ Excellent shot… Loved the way it blends with ur site’s theme.. Reply ↓ great framing , nice view Reply ↓ nicely composed :) Reply ↓ Love the pic Joshi! Reply ↓ Very nice photo. Reply ↓ wow….great shot. Reply ↓ Wonderfully framed. Mosque looks very grand. Reply ↓ Fantastic silhouettes! Reply ↓ Nice click Reply ↓ looks like a giant keyhole … very interesting architecture! Reply ↓ Lovely photo Reply ↓ Nice angle and perspective + love seeing a photo that’s different than what I’m used to from you. Enjoyed this one very much! Reply ↓ Nice shot!! I think every photographer who visit SZGM will try to capture this angle… When you visit UAE again.. lets meet up, if possible :) Reply ↓ I’d love to know what kind of gleaming white stone was used in its construction. Reply ↓ beautifully composed with a perfect tone… well done Reply ↓ super :D :D Reply ↓ Beautifully framed and shadowed Joshi! Reply ↓ Lovely! Reply ↓ Great photograph! Reply ↓ Love this place! Reply ↓ Nice capture and a great angle. http://rajniranjandas.blogspot.in/2013/10/mom-i.html Reply ↓ Wowww this is gorgeoussss!!! Reply ↓ Ah man, this is one of those photos I just sit and stare at and wish I had taken…. really loving it! Reply ↓ such beautiful framing, lovely shot! :D Reply ↓ nice composition. Reply ↓ Great perspective! Reply ↓ wonderful…!! Reply ↓ Nice designing , great snapshot , UR shadow and background always awesome. Ecommerce Development Reply ↓ Captivating. Reply ↓ Nice architecture and photo, but I don’t like the superstition. Reply ↓ perfect use of framing elements and silhouette! excellent shot Reply ↓ Comment navigation Newer Comments → Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Basic HTML allowed.