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13 thoughts on “Pyramids in Cairo, Egypt: Giza Necropolis”
If you come while we’re here – let me know! 🙂
Incredible. I really want to see these in person one day.
Thank for visiting! Hope you have a great week!
I m very pleased when visit your blog,Thank you nice sharing,best wishes.
I’ve noticed we have similar taste!
I like your pics – learnt and seen! 🙂
they are large! And you feel very tiny next to them!
oh, you don’t know me! I’m crawling, climbing etc. to get different perspective. I get dirty, hot or cold. But (photo) shooting is fun!
yes, “I’ll be there…” 🙂
Great pictures of the pyramids, which I have yet to visit! but I hear you when you say all you see is sand …. visit my blog for some greneery … hehe!
Gena @ thinking aloud
All the photos of the pyramids I’ve seen in my life, and never have I seen that perspective. It’s wonderful – that really helps get a sense of what it must be like to actually be there.
Wow! I had no idea just how large the pyramids are! Excellent photos! Thanks for sharing these, so impressive!
Why, I ask myself, do not more people take photos from these angles? They show the size of the pyramid – and the way the stones are – and the colour . . . and all sorts of things in a way that more conventional images don’t.
Really pleased to have visited today. I have learnt and seen.
Inside: there’s a ‘house’ in the area. On the ground level was this bathroom and other rooms.
Then there was a hole where you could go to see underground, a small room. I didn’t go there.
stones – they are HUGE!
More pics coming soon!
Didn’t actually know how large pyramids were until this close up photo. Thanks for sharing.
OH wow. I love how you get a real feel for the size with that second photo and a person standing nearby. At first I didn’t reaslise the stones would be that big! Great shots.
The first one really shows how huge the pyramid is and I love the angle on nr 3!
How did you manage to get pics from the inside?
Or where were the last pics taken?