Explore Cairo Egypt, Mosques, and more!

it's all about the light… the ways we seek to let it in, dissect it, paint with it… patterns of infinite beauty.

Arabesque Window by Nathan Schmidt (in a mosque in Cairo, Egypt) Ursula Rowena Carlton Interior Design



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pretty shadows cast by ornate iron-work on gates ------- UK - Oxon - Blenheim Palace Gates By Darrell Godliman


Elegantly carved wood window screen in ar-Rifai mosque, Cairo, Egypt

Penumbras - Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires

Penumbras - Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires by Darío SP


Wrought iron door in blue and turquoise light. Looks like stained glass - I LOVE this!

Let your light shine

Let your light shine

South State Street peacock art deco jewelry store doors, Chicago IL So wish I could have these in my house!

South State Street peacock art deco jewelry store doors, Chicago IL - such beautiful doors!

valscrapbook: Lar de Santa Estefania by Cat Man! on Flickr.

wrought iron Lar de Santa Estefania by Cat Man! door would make a beautiful gate

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Casablanca, no Marrocos. Mesquita Hassan Fotografia: Tarik El Barq no


gorgeous light play in India

Ornate blue & gold double doors in Wroclaw, Poland

King Tut's Falcon Pectoral - Museum of Antiquities in Cairo Egypt - This pectoral adornment, in the shape of a falcon, was discovered by Howard Carter in King Tut's tomb. In ancient Egypt, falcons were a symbol of the Sun god, Ra, due to their habit of flying high in the air at sunrise. The inlay contains lapis lazuli, turquoise, carnelian, light blue glass and obsidian for the eye.

A jeweled falcon of Egyptian King Tutankhamun holding the ‘ankh’ or sign for life in Ancient Egypt

Little Boy Writing A Letter - Love Letters

Norman Rockwell (1894 – 1978, American)

Little Boy Writing a Letter - Norman Rockwell - 1920

Akira Kusaka... star angling tour

'Ballon Star' by Akria Kusaka (Osaka, Japan)

Egyptian Bust [Illustration] on Behance