There is a haunting loveliness about minarets. Deep feelings are evoked and I feel a mixture of emotions when I see them, even more when I hear the Call to Prayer ring out over cities. Towering above other buildings, graceful and stately, they mark the skylines and landscapes of cities throughout the Muslim world. When I am away from the Middle East, this is some of what I miss. Though I am not a Muslim, they call me to pray for these countries and their people. Here is my photo tribute to minarets.
- “Ragaouna Misr” Take Us Back to Cairo! (communicatingacrossboundariesblog.com)