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Old Apr 3, 2010, 6:46 AM   #1
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Old Apr 3, 2010, 7:45 AM   #2
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Helwa awy begad!! I really like this one, a great use of B&" and the background seems to work with it too, even thought I initially thought that it was a little busy.

What are you shooting with? Is this your baby?
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Helwa awy begad!! I really like this one, a great use of B&" and the background seems to work with it too, even thought I initially thought that it was a little busy.

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are you masry ????

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Yep, I'm over in Egypt so only speak (some) Egyptian colloquial Arabic but as most of the Arabic movies are from Egypt I was hoping it would make sense to you.
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hahahaha

u know am eating ( koshari ) now

LoooooooooL


really it's nice to know that there is someone can understand Arabic in this forum ^_^
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Hmmm, koshari isn't my fave food but my future mother in law makes a pretty good one. As for understanding Arabic, I will leave that to my fiancee and friends, I have 2 lessons a week but still have so much to learn..... English is much easier for me LOL.
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Hmmm, koshari isn't my fave food but my future mother in law makes a pretty good one. As for understanding Arabic, I will leave that to my fiancee and friends, I have 2 lessons a week but still have so much to learn..... English is much easier for me LOL.


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That's a very nice shot. Good perspective/framing.
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Holy cow, that is one amazing ride... love the skyline since watching "the fast and the furious"

Nicely framed, nice b&w work - a fantastic shot of a great car (never seen one with the stearing weel on the left )!
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