The Holy Kabba

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At the Holy Kabba for Hajj 2009. It's so simple yet beautiful!

It is the House whose importance cannot be further emphasized, but yet it's so simple.
It is the House of He who owns everything, but yet it's so simple.
It is the House that attracts visitors from every corner of the world; of every lifestyle; of every race, but yet it's so simple.

Mashallah!

May we all be given the opportunity to visit the Holy Kabba over and over again
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Date Created 12/5/2009
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TonyErnst Over 1 year ago
Please add a geotag so this will appear in Bing Maps. Thanks!
webber Over 1 year ago
At the Holy Kabba for Hajj 2009. It's so simple yet beautiful!

It is the House whose importance cannot be further emphasized, but yet it's so simple.
It is the House of He who owns everything, but yet it's so simple.
It is the House that attracts visitors from every corner of the world; of every lifestyle; of every race, but yet it's so simple.

Mashallah!

May we all be given the opportunity to visit the Holy Kabba over and over again
meraj001 Over 1 year ago
hopefully I will be there again INSHALLAH
bigforrap Over 1 year ago
Unfortunate that you couldn't get closer shots. How would it work if you collected close-ups of the Kabah, like close-ups of the finer print (in gold lettering). Could it be implemented?

When I did my Kabah Synth...my problem was conflicting backgrounds. However, if the shot is close enough, there will be no background, and the interactive experience may be more enriching. I'd be happy to do the photo hunting with you if you're ok with the proposal.

Sameh
webber Over 1 year ago
Sameh, believe it or not, that was my original plan. But just a few days into our journey, my camera died. Something went wrong with the sensor!

Its a great idea to collaborate on expanding this. It will be a challenge to get the closeup of the finer writings on the kabba, but would be great if we could do it.

Thanks,
bigforrap Over 1 year ago
bigforrap@hotmail.com

Email me, or add me on messenger. We can collaborate easier. This is also an invitation to anyone else who happens upon this synth, and wishes to help.
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