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This was taken from the plane as I was leaving Dubai and is simply a black and white conversion, the desert dust haze added the drawn like effect.

There’s a lot to impress everyone in Dubai from the high rise buildings to the impressive array of shops and the level of service available. The attention to luxury detail stands alone in this niche market.

Saying all that I can honestly say that I hated it. I was impressed by the engineering feats that were around me but it wasn’t enough to win me over. The whole place gave no sense of comfort, reality, or a grounded mindset and above all had a strong feel of discrimination. One would think that if a new city were to be built then certain ideals should be added to it’s foundation but I guess they forgot to add a couple of things here.

Posted by -=Omi=- on 2011-09-21 18:08:25

Tagged: , Omi , travel , Dubai , Burj , Khalifa , black and white , arial , b&w , city , scape , landscape , architeture , Nikon , D700 , 24-70mm , f2.8G

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