A Johannesburg Mosque at Sunrise

Land of Nams: living in Johannesburg, exploring the world, documenting the things I love

Land of Nams: living in Johannesburg, exploring the world, documenting the things I love

Land of Nams: living in Johannesburg, exploring the world, documenting the things I love

Land of Nams: Living in Johannesburg, Exploring the world, Documenting the things I love

Yesterday I missed my first Friday post in months, apologies. I got to go to my first cricket game (South Africa vs Sri Lanka) and among other things, we got to sit in the posh bit and I can say that never before have I been able to watch a professional sport from the comfort of a pool. This morning I got up at 4 and went with a lovely new friend to the biggest Mosque in the southern hemisphere to snap a few photos as the sun rose. Next time we are going to head to a Buddhist temple. I’m so thankful for photography and all the people I’m meeting.

10 thoughts on “A Johannesburg Mosque at Sunrise

  1. Wow, nice. What makes this really weird is that it’s an Ottoman-style mosque in a field – in Turkey and the Balkans they’re nearly all surrounded by buildings in densely built-up old city centres. Makes for a surprising bonus sighting when you take the Gautrain to Pretoria though.

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