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Prayer time


  1. Are they facing (top of head pointing) to the east when the sea appears to be behind them?

    1. Interesting question Diane. I just looked it up and as Winam says below they would be facing towards Mecca which is North Westish in Australia. In other parts of the world it will be to the east.

  2. Looks like they're facing west towards Mecca to me. Nothing like spirituality in the outdoors.

  3. Good to see they feel comfortable praying in the open.

  4. Great captured, Joan. I have visited several Muslim countries and didn't managed to capture a similar scene, never wanted to get caught. :-)


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