Sunday, March 18, 2007


Yes this is a lazy blog. A picture says a thousand words so yaah! Dont give me that look we all get lazy :)

Natural Masterpieces

I dont know what it was about this week but I was blessed with magnificent sunsets and cloud formations throughout the week. or maybe I just took the time this week to observe them. No artist can capture this beauty. Hope you enjoy sorry if the picture quality is abit low :)

Laden with Blood

Encroaching Darkness

Dont look into the light

Heaven Shining Through

Glaring Rift

And thats the reason :

And "Th-th-th-that's all folks!"

Kuwabara, Kuwabara
The Lone Photographer


safiyyamk said...

more than sunsets i love sunrise, every morning after fajr, i jst stand in the balcony waiting for the sun to rise- its tooo beautiful... Allah created the world oh so magnificently if we only take time to appreciate it, we'll know its real value :)

Zahira said...

hmmm these are what I dubbed Post Card moments...makes you wonder why you never carrry a camera all the time with you :)

Anonymous said...

haha, "don't look into the light", hehe :)

Beautifull :)

saaleha said...

Half expected The Voice to boom from picture three.

Beautiful epiphaneous (not a real word)stuff.


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Priya said...

it sets in stone that there is something greater than us out there.
OMG I took the same pic of that I LOVE JOZI sign and planned to blog it when my muse lets me. Glad she used you better. :)

Anonymous said...

These are so lovely.
And yes, the third picture is slightly "Moses" orientated!

Salma said...

Perfect pictures!
They are wonderful, oh and the 4th one is so admirable.
I also adore sunrise and each time i watch the sun rising,optimism fills me. Well done mohamed :)

..IF your blog is a lazy one then what shall i call mine ;)?

The K-man said...

Safiyyamk: I completely agree woth you hey we have to appreciate it hey its the only home we have. I also enjoy sunrises but "when the day is long" a great sunset makes it worth it :)

zahira: Thanks I just had to capture those scenes. And thats the reason phones have cameras. ALL HAIL CONSUMERISM!

Taqdeer: Thanks so much lol and yes STAY AWAY FROM THE LIGHT!

Saaleha: Thanks saal. When i took that pic i was on my way to the library (GEEK ALERT) and you write I do almost expect a voice to tell me to lead the israelites hehe jj :)

Mjad: My biggest fan :) waiting for the comment. Thanks for the notice

Priya: There is somethign greater than ourselves and this is just a sign. I LOVE JOZI lol i took that driving down carr street on my way to mandela bridge. You can stil post it :)

Fatima: Bella you posted on my blog hehe where you hiding! heh thanks glad you liked the pictures :)

Salma: HEY :))) thanks so much glad you liked them. And you blog is a work in progress lol I just post hehe:)

Zahira said...

Yah but think about having one of those awesome cameras that capture the moment as perfectly as you were looking at it...
O i have the Durban storm pics up on my site...def more postcard moments straight out of national geographic

Lobelia's Student said...

I have to disagree with you all. If time were a city, sunset would be the graveyard of the day. Images like this peer like light glancing off ice into my bloodstream and freeze my soul...I find them eerie, they make me think of death and Judgment Day.

However for these very different reasons I have to agree with the rest that these pictures are amazingly powerful.

The K-man said...

Zahira: Cameras like that would so rule. Unfortunately the power of the eye cannot be relicated :)

Lobelia's student: Thanks for stopping by :) I like your take onthe pictures really cool and yes hey are very powerful :)

Lady said...

Stunning :)

queen_Lestat said...

I'm forced to agree with Lobelia's Student. I dig the first one the most.

There's something unearthly and unsettling when the sky's tinted with anything other than the blue we expect. Sudden bursts of surprises in the reds, pinks, yellows, purples.

There's nothing like a dying sky to remind you that there's still beauty yet in star-gazing. :)

Priya said...

My muse did not give me any inspiration for that sign yet. When it comes, it will be posted. I took it on the M1 South.
Oh and I have finally managed to do the tag post. thanks. :)