Thank you, Mira and Billy. I found the walls themselves fascinating, but not quite fascinating enough for a picture--until I saw the shadow!
Greetings from snowy Canada, Marilyn
I agree with you Marilyn. The image carries with it a lot of interesting elements - well worth staring at, and the shadow gives it an element that puts it in the field, not in a museum.
I'm enjoying your travels to the Middle East enormously.
Thank you, Hank, for your affirmation. It has been a busy season, and I'm afraid I haven't done well keeping up with comments. I hope for quieter times ahead--and I hope that you are having a joyous and peaceful holiday season. Marioyn
Great shot, Marilyn, and the shadow makes it. It is also an illustration of ancient politics, with some sections and figures having been deliberately hacked out. Fascinating.
I'm very glad, Keith, that you recognized the meaning of the defaced sections. It is fascinating!
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Photo taken in Red Sea Governorate, Egypt
Misplaced? Suggest new location