a few from Al Masaak

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A few random shots from Al Masaak.

Thanks for looking.

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  1. I just realized why I like those pictures with the orange sky and wires…it’s symbolic of courage to me…the courage to step past the wire (my own fears that hold me back) and into the dream (the thing I yearn to do)…they say a picture is worth a thousand words..

  2. Margarita says:

    That barbed wire is really interesting: both flat and textured simultaneously…

  3. cissyblue says:

    Really love the desert mountains, the layered image is amazing, and I liked the teeny camels too… 🙂 It really gives you the feeling of the huge flatness of the desert. Great work! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Karen says:

    I love all these pictures 🙂 My favourite in this set are the trees with the sun behind, beautiful!

  5. P.S. I Love Soap Co. says:

    Outstanding! Thanks for sharing…

  6. Dan, I posted the paintings I made of your photos on my blog today. Take a look: http://decamvilledesign.wordpress.com/2012/09/04/day-205-paintings-of-afghanistan/

    I had fun painting them! Thanks for the inspiration! Feel free to download. ~Patricia

  7. Love that golden light – so uplifting. Could use more of that. It’s the color of the sky right before the sun sets anywhere, even in New York. There’s a real peace in seeing that.

  8. kathyruth says:

    As always great pictures

  9. DAN! When you first subscribed to my blog, I clicked on your gravatar and saw your other blog sites, but I don’t remember seeing the link for this one. I just decided to visit again, and I’m blown away by what you’re doing here (uh, maybe not the best analogy). You have a new follower. (And I promise not to “unfollow” and sink your stats–I read that post). Your photos are outstanding (in the field and out).

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