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Old Jan 23, 2014, 2:11 PM   #1
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Default Spring of Arabia-in Al-Mudhaylif(Al-Qunfuthah)

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Here are some pics I took couple of days before. They are from Al-Mudhaylif ,an area belong to Al-Qunfuthah which is a part of Makkah region, Arabia.
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Old Jan 25, 2014, 4:11 PM   #2
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I mean by spring of Arabia.. This green land which comes in this season!
This green scenes came after more than 15 years of absence...
We enjoy it more and more..
Thanks and sorry for my cultural mistake pals!!
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G'day Magnet

Thank you for showing us your part of the world ~ it is a beautiful place
As to 'green' - yes after the rains come and the grasses & trees grow again, the sight of green & more-green around us does make us bring our the camera and create memories

Well done
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G'day Magnet

Thank you for showing us your part of the world ~ it is a beautiful place
As to 'green' - yes after the rains come and the grasses & trees grow again, the sight of green & more-green around us does make us bring our the camera and create memories

Well done
Regards, Phil
Thanks pal for your encouraging reply...
I appreciate that pal...

There are great changes in Arabian peninsula that affected us..
I didn't think for a while that tourists may come to enjoy our village..or have picnic behind our home!!!
Green is everywhere...
thanks again pal..
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Very interesting pictures of a area I thought was just sand. I learn something new everyday. Just hope I can remember what I learn each day.

Again nice pictures.
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