The Edfu Temple of Egypt: A Hanie’s Adventure!
The Beauty: Hanie Hidayah in front of Edfu Temple.
This is a Guest Contributor’s story from a blogger Hanie Hidayah. Hanie is a blogger, a part time model and loves to travel. Hanie’s blog Just Another Average Jane talks about lifestyle, fashion, her modeling experience and travel at www.HanieHidayah.com She currently attached with Advertlets.
Amazing Shot: Picture is beautifully taken, I love the details on the walls.
Her trip to Egypt late last year brought her to the Edfu Temple of Egypt. The temple is located on the west bank of the Nile River between Esna and Aswan.
The wall of the temple stood tall and majestic.
Thus, the temple was built in dedication to God Hours and it is the most preserved temple in Egypt.
It was a super bright sunny day and it was a good day to take photographs.
Hanie posing inside the temple.
She is not just another average jane: Blogger Hanie in the picture
As bright as it could be, inside the temple could be as dark as night fall. Thus, the interior is so beautiful with the ancient carvings on the wall. Hanie told me she couldn’t resist herself to take some shots there.
I hope you enjoy her pictures, please do check out her other traveling adventures at HanieHidayah.com There will be more stories from Hanie on Egypt soon.
Thank you for reading.