Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far

The above picture was taken a few months ago, when I was in a mosque. I was attracted with the pretty lights that attached on the pillars of the mosque’s corridors. Then I took a picture using my old cell phone, Sony Ericsson K610i, with 2MP built-in camera.

The above picture is my interpretation of this  weekly photo challenge: near and far. How about yours, Guys? :)

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Location: Islamic Center Mosque, Samarinda, Indonesia.

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  4. It’s been long time after my last visit at Islamic Center mosque. More than two years ago.. Rarely visit the mosque though each day passed.
    Near, but feel so far…

      • Selain selonjoran tentunya asyik sambil baca Quran atau baca-baca buku. Atau sambil cari inspirasi nulis blog kayaknya sangat nikmat. Terima kasih sudah berbagi. Saya belum pernah ke Samarinda. Baru pake sarungnya aja hehe

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