A lovely game that I like to play is to couple some of my favorite shots with quotes. And what matters the most is sharing it with you and transport you with me, back to the moments I took the photos to see through my eyes and feel through my soul.

This post is in response to the daily post photo challenge Good match and the Dutch goes the photo’s Tuesday photo challenge Nostalgia.

Two themes for today that could be perceived from different angles, and that is what makes each one unique.

Came to my mind those beautiful sunrises and sunsets that I enjoyed watching.

I also coupled some good match themed photos that range between typical to funny!

These verses caught my attention, I love how the author Munia Khan reflected in her words what for me represents the mixing of both themes.

“Wind and breeze are separated today
Crimson twilight denies to fade away
Grass blades turn brown to match the soil
We pretend to smile at every turmoil”

Sunrise Wadi Rum, Jordan
Sunset Wadi Rum, Jordan
Sunrise Dead Sea, Jordan
Sunset, Dead Sea, Jordan
Sunset Queen Alia airport, Jordan
Sunset, Le montagnou, Lebanon.
Sunset Omonot Rooftop, Beirut
Sunset C-Lounge, Beirut
Sunset Indigo on the roof, Beirut
Sunset Joining beach, Batroun
Sunset Movenpick, Beirut
Late sunset Downtown, Beirut

And to change the mood, some good match images, would you pair these?

Fairouz and Ziad
Camel and the desert, Petra Jordan
Ink and paper, Calligraphy course
Popcorn, soft drinks and movies
Coffee, cookie and a good book
Biscuits and halkoum

And I would like to end it with this quote:

“I don’t have a photograph, but you can have my footprints. They’re upstairs in my socks.”
Groucho Marx

What makes a good match? And how do you define Nostalgia? How do you translate your vision in images and letters. Feel free to comment and share your thoughts as I would love to read them!

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