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(December 17-21, 2004)

Hans Hagen

The laundry

Samir Ahmed Gulzar

Washed Away...

Ras Al Khaimah, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

19th December 2004

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© 2004 Samir Ahmed Gulzar, All Rights Reserved.

This particular panorama was shot on a deserted beach near Ras Al Khaimah. The only way to get here is by walking as there is always danger of a very high tide coming on. The house was destroyed in a flash storm in the early 80's.

The one thing that I am guranteed whenever I visit here is solitude and that is what everyone needs in a Sanctuary.

The Middle East Peace Edition of the World Wide Panorama is a cooperative effort by VR photographers living in United Arab Emirates (UAE), Lebanon, Israel, and Egypt. We have organized, worked together and produced QTVRs that are linked together. Our message is clear, we cannot ignore each other any more since we all benefit from peace. This is our way to contribute to the Middle East peace efforts.

The members of this family are (in alphabetical order): Eldar Sharir (Israel), Fadi Saikali (Lebanon), Loyd Almeda (Dubai), Rana Mahmood (Dubai), Samir Ahmed (Dubai), Waleed Nassar (Egypt) and Yaniv Sirton (Israel). Thanks go to all participants for contributing to this effort, to Samir Ahmed for designing and wiring the flash in our QTVR's, and to Waleed Nassar for coming up with the idea of this edition.
To see more of Samir Ahmed's work, please visit his personal website at:

Canon EOS 10D, Sigma 15mm lens, Self Developed VR pan head, 48 shots on RAW

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