It’s that time of year when we take back our garden and own the outside space of our home. We maintain our small garden to give us pleasure all year from the window looking out, but during autumn and spring it offers us a more tangeable pay-back.
This post is a collection of images taken in the past few days. It’s a small space with many users.
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I know it’s summer when I look around and see an empty house. It feels strange to have the place to myself. The garden is not used – even on nice afternoons, there is nothing fresh in the fridge, books are untouched, toys are neatly stacked and the dining table has not seen plates for days. My brothers have been staying with me occasionally, watching football and movies.
This photo, taken back in May, is what makes a house a home. One’s loved-ones surrounding one with joy and laughter. I am truly blessed and I thank God whenever I remember.
This is my first attempt in a local photography competition. I’ve tried a couple of times online (National Geographic and British Airways’ HighLife magazine) but this time I had to provide prints, which somehow made it feel more real. I read about the competition on Mathai’s blog some time ago. The deadline is tomorrow, so if you’re interested you will need to hurry up. Link.
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Noor has to have the same photo matching that of Yousef’s in national dress. This is her at 8 months.
Merry Christmas everyone.