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Petra Photograph - Beautiful Petra by Yaser Saad

Beautiful Petra is a photograph by Yaser Saad which was uploaded on September 14th, 2010.

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Wonderful & very clever Yasser! looks like etching...I dream of visiting Petra one day...I also loved your work titled 'Arms' - very interesting composition...thanks for enjoying my sharjah watercolour...cheers! Beena

I read a novel about this place and since then l really want to go there sometime... this image is great... so unique treat... wonderfully done. l'm so glad you like my ''Mediterranean medina'' (it's a wonderful narrow street from Hammamet medina from Tunisia)... Ana

Yes Joyce, it's the Treasury in Petra. I'll get you more homeworks to do :) Petra is also called The Pink City, it was graved in pinkish, light crimson mountains in the middle of the Jordanian desert. You should visit it one day.

I really like this technique you have used here. I looked up Petra to see what meaning I might be missing. Petra means rock and is the name of a city that has lots of rock cut architecture. My goodness, Yaser, you are expanding my knowledge base. One of my favorite things. I think the building you have done is The Treasury. But--this is a very effective piece, and it has a 3-D look to it so that addition of depth adds lots of interest. Lovely.