Light my Night!

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Steel wool lightpainting / by Nassima

It’s midnight over here and guess what? I just had some chocolate and peanapple juice😰😅🍫🍹😶 Now I feel guilty! 😭

In order to burn some calories, I thought I have to add a post on my blog, so here we go! 😅

I have lightpainted the above picture in the summer time, it was a moonless night.. just the stars.. it was a perfect time for some lightpainting✨✨

I like steel wool because it’s so much fun, although I always get the tips of my fingers burnt lol

Advice:

If you choose to try this method of photography, the safety of the area is your responsibility. Just like fireworks, there is risk involved with setting steel wool on fire. An other thing: Never, Never, Never try this at home

I set my camera, run to the spot where I should stand facing the camera,and right before it started shooting, I set my steel wool on fire and begun to spin it in a circular movement.

Had to try it few times before I got this shot ✨

Would like to know your ideas about this post.

☀✨Keep Shinning ✨☀

🌷Nassima🌷

The Origin of the word “ALLAH” (God)

Allah, Arabic, Bible, Christian, Islam, Jesus, Jew, Quran, Truth

Were there Jewish and Christian Arabs before Islam?

In the city of Madina in what we call today “Saudi Arabia”, there were three main religions:  Idol worshiping, Judaism and Christianity.  The name of the Jewish leader who also was the Highest Priest in Madina before Islam came was “Abdallah Bin-Saba”.  His Arabic name was not “AbdElohim Bin-Saba” or “AbdElloi Bin-Saba” or “AbdGOD Bin-Saba”.  The reason why his first name was “Abdallah” is because the Arab Jews in Madina used the word “Allah” for GOD in their Holy Scriptures.   The word “Allah” did indeed exist in the Arabic Talmud and the other Jewish Holy Scriptures.

Also, the Christians’ Arabic Bible at that time used the word “Allah” for GOD.  Even today’s Christians’ Arabic Bibles use the word “Allah” for GOD.   Today in the Middle East, Christians sometimes name their kids “Abdallah”.  Also there are Christian families who’s last names is “Abdallah”.

In today’s Arabic Bible, the word “Allah” is used for both the Old Testament and the New Testament.

Most Recent Archological Discoveries:

Recently Father Pecerillo, a famous Franciscan Archeologist, found more than twenty churches in Madaba at the south of Jordan. From the Forth Century we found houses in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Palestine with this inscription in Arabic :”Bismi Allah al-Rahman al-Raheem” which shows that even people before Islam used this Holy name, “Allah”, for GOD Almighty, which proves that the name of GOD Almighty in the Noble Quran, “Allah”, is the correct one.  This also proves to us that the Bible is not all found.  There are still missing pieces in it that disprove trinity.

Further discoveries from an Arabic Roman Catholic web site at http://www.al-bushra.org/arbhrtg/arbxtn04.htm:

Recently also, Father Pecerillo, a famous Franciscan Archeologist, found from the Forth Century (200 years before Islam) houses in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Palestine with this inscription in Arabic :”Bismi Allah al-Rahman al-Raheem” which means in Arabic “In the name of ALLAH, the Most Merciful and the Most Gracious”, which again proves that His Holy name existed before Islam and it also proves the True Oneness of Allah Almighty and refutes Trinity. 

Here is an analysis to the Arabic words above:

Bismi – Ism = name. Bism = In name, because “Bi” = in.  Bismi = In the name of, because the “i” at the end of the word must be added because of the “Bi” addition.  When we added “Bi” to the word “Ism”, then the “i” must also be added to the end of “Bism” if and only if the word “Bism” is followed by another word, which makes it become all one word “Bismi” which means “In the name of”.

Allah – Allah is the name of Allah Almighty.  Bismi Allah sounds as “bismillah”, but two seperate words.  “Bismi” is one seperate word and “Allah” is another seperate word.

Al-Rahman – Al = the.  Rahman = merciful.   Rahman is derived from Rahmah, which means mercy.  Al-Rahman is one word.   It is not like English two words “the merciful”.  No, in Arabic, “the” is combined with the word both are written as one word; “Al-Rahman”.

Al-Raheem – Al = the. Raheem = gracious.  Al-Raheem = the gracious.  Again, Al-Raheem is written as one Arabic word, and not two.

“Bismi Allah Al-Rahman Al-Raheem” = “In the name of Allah the Most Merciful and the Most Gracious”.

Here is how the four Arabic words “Bismi Allah Al-Rahman Al-Raheem” written in Arabic:

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

🌷Peace on you= Assalamu Alaykom🌷

Moon obsession

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I guess the reblog button is working now!😊 Enjoy reading this amazing post “Moon Obsession ” by the talented photographer Nalinda.

N A L I N D A

Moon Obsession, Australia

A good question was asked by Nassima in relation to how to photograph moon and what type of lens needs to be used. Thought I write up about this, it maybe useful for anyone who is looking to photograph the moon. It is bit tricky than it appears to photograph the moon.

Blood moon. Nikon D800, 150-600mm

Best type of lens is a telephoto lens if you can get your hands on one, few types of lenses you would want to use, 70 -200mm f 2.8, 150-600mm f5, 70-300mm f4.5, 100-400mm f4, if not what ever the longest zoom lens you have on your camera.

Panasonic Lumix G9, 100-400mm

Remember better the lens more quality and detail the photo will be. Use should be able to take the photo handheld without using tripod using following settings. ISO 200 or 400, shutter speed 1/200 or higher…

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Re-blog of Nalinda’s Post about Moon Photography

Camera, Lenses, Moon photography, Photography, Uncategorized

Good morning dear Readers! I thought I have to share this great post written by a very talented Photographer Nalinda, about photographing the Moon🌕🌖🌗🌘

Here’s the link to the post:

Lots of useful information there, enjoy reading!

Nb: for some reason I couldn’t share the post as it is on my blog, I guess it’s sometging to do with free plan may be?? Don’t know! But I have added the link to the official post on Nalinda’s WordPress website✌

The Light Dance💃

Art, Blogging, Lightpainting, Photography, Uncategorized
“The Light Dance” lightpainting by Nassima

The story behind the title of this photo, is simply because it was taken in a dancing movement 📷!

You will be, perhaps, surprised how! I will explain to you the basics of Lightpainting Photography;

What is LightPainting ?

It is a set of different “light sourcemoves that are captured in a given time ( usually seconds) by the camera, in a dark environment☺, the result of these light moves or “paintings“are translated into beautiful photos, this process is called Lightpainting Photography 📷😊

Having said that, we understand that the photo we get after this “lightpainting” process are SOOC ( means: Straight Out Of Camera) which also means: Noooo Photoshop! Tadaa!!💃

That’s one of the reasons I’m in love with Lightpainting⭐ the difficult part of it,is that you have to keep trying to have and reach the Desired LP photo because you are taking picture in a dark room, you have to wait and see what your camera has captured! You can’t see the moves before that, it’s like drawing on a sketchbook with your eyes closed ✨but it is worthy 📷🎨⭐

May the stars shine your sky like the light shine my way🌷

Don’t tell my Aunt I fed the Ant 🐜😋

Animal, Ants, Blogging, Diy, Insects, Kitchen, Photography, Uncategorized

Yes,I did !😏

A few days ago, my aunt was complaining about ants invasion in her kitchen,she used the bug spray to get rid of them, but for me, as a person who loves nature and week creatures, I was against such a cruel method! But, I understand her though, she wanted a quick, economic & easy way to clean her kitchen and protect her food from ants..

I was in the kitchen this morning,and saw one little cute ant walking on the tab, and thought: well.. well.. well..!, we have a visitor ! I should offer you something to eat😇 what about jam😍? a strawberry delicious jam! I know that ants like sweet things🍭🍓🍬.. So I did!

Enjoying strawberry jam!

Look how happy they’re with the food 😊

If anyone knows how to tell these little creatures : *you are not welcome* ,but in an environment, friendly, non toxic & non cruel way, please share🌷

NB: please, don’t tell my aunt I fed the ant😋

Wish you all a great sweet 🍓day!

🌷Nassima🌷