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    Burj Al Arab, Dubai

    Last week we spent 4 nights in Dubai (41 degrees!). We could see the Burj from our hotel balcony ( we were staying in the Mina A'Salam on Jumeirah Beach) so it was rude not to grab a few shots of this iconic hote while I could see it. I did get the usual shots with a level horizon but we've all seen those so decided to upload one of my normal slanty ones instead.

    CAR TREV, and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. CAR TREV 19 months ago | reply

      Very good shot disco . Do the lights change colour ?

    2. discolegend 19 months ago | reply

      Hi CT, glad you like it. Yeah the lights do change colour - I think they went through the whole spectrum during the exposure! Cheers.

    3. Daniel Mennerich 19 months ago | reply

      Good work of a flickr united world! I like it!!



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    4. Tadie88 19 months ago | reply

      >Seen and admired in flick bar
      Cool shot! love the colour..

    5. Andy Katsaitis - AirTeamImages 19 months ago | reply

      I love Dubai....this is a great shot. We had a view of this from our room in the Jumeirah Beach hotel..........something I will never tire of.

    6. Paul C Stokes 19 months ago | reply

      Cool capture of this iconic structure. Great colour too.

    7. discolegend 19 months ago | reply

      . Thanks for the lovely comments guys. The hotel is impressive structure when you see it in the flesh. Really enjoyed our short stay in Dubai, it's an architects' playground.

    8. AreKev 19 months ago | reply

      Cool angle and a funky shot !!

    9. fawaznnn 19 months ago | reply

      Very nice It's an amazing picture

    10. discolegend 19 months ago | reply

      Thank you very much!

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