The good thing about Amman’s geography is you end up with some great views of the city. My parent’s home has what I believe to be, a stellar view of Amman. Today I went up to the roof to take some pictures and stitched together this panoramic view of what we see everyday. From the third circle in the east (right), past the eighth circle to the west (left). It’s quite a skyline.
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Forgive the crude photo stitching; this was my first attempt.
If I should summon up the courage one of these days I will post an “after dark” version.
Very nice, now, lets count how many satellite dish receivers we can see 🙂
Thanks for sharing, I would love to see the same view at night
Thanks Q. night will have to wait until spring when the sky is very clear and the lights are at their brightest.
everyone has a dish nowadays.
I love the panorama.. and I wish someone could do it as an illustration to place in the header of my blog 🙁
WOW! its so beautiful
How do you do that? Seriously? Great Picture. 😉
Do i get credit for knowing were you took this picture from?
its non other than the perfectly-suited-for-agriculture but mutated into yet another concrete jungle Dheir-Ghbar.
in fact, i have a pretty good feeling that i once stood right were you took the shot(s) from, is there a mobile mast on the building that building?
to your right (facing Amra) is Kathem mosque.
Welcome back to Jordan
Basem: thanks, and yeah you get the credit