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Arabic fonts Part 2

50+ Beautiful Free Arabic Calligraphy Fonts 2014

from this source: http://www.designbolts.com/2014/02/07/50-beautiful-free-arabic-calligraphy-fonts-2014/    Choosing an apt font for the desire document has become a difficult thing. Around the web there is a chain of fonts available, some are messy, topsy-turvy, baffling and below average that one almost finds oneself caught up in the net where to find a needle in the hay stack is impossible. The appearance and stance of the fonts enhances the appeal of the work making it worth seeing. In a typography design poster, an online personal document or any other professional work, fonts are the preliminaries. They may be different from each other on account of their look, style and importance, fonts have a whole lot meaning behind and a purpose underlying. It has a motive to impart, a message to disclose, a meaning to express, an idea to bring it on and a well-knit thought to unfold. Fonts are one of the preludes before a designer starts off a task. They are actually the substance of a design poster. Whether it is to design a business card or any layout, without words written on it with a specific font, thing will go to barrel box and would probably be having no meaning. A designer cannot do without fonts, he almost feels poor without using fonts in his work. When a designer is to make a design poster, typography design, brochure or a flyer he not only plays with different colors on it but also chooses a relevant font to make his design stand out and look refreshing. Fonts are like the outline/sketch of a painting, design comes next obviously. Today I am showcasing 50+ beautiful free Arabic calligraphy fonts of 2014. You can seek ideas and inspiration that how apt fonts would be looking so perfect having the best essence and significance in the Arabic calligraphy. Have a gaze down below at the collection.

Ara-Hamah Free Arabic Fonts family

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Jozoor Free Arabic font

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Kufyan Free Arabic typeface

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Free Ramadan Kareem Arabic Font

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Flat Arabic font free download

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50+ Free Arabic Fonts collection

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Fonts, General
Arabic fonts part 1 مجموعة من الخطوط العربية التي ممكن الاستفادة منها https://d2.ae/1prlA    the following fonts from Google have been taken مجموعة خطوط عربية تم اخذها من موقع قوقل https://www.google.com/fonts/earlyaccess 

Droid Arabic Kufi (Arabic)

Droid Arabic Kufi is an Arabic type designed for use in Google™ products such as Google ChromeOS™ and Android™. Designed to complement the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic provided in the Droid Sans family, the Arabic matches the color, alignment and design detail of the Droid Sans allowing them to be used together for multi-lingual typesetting. This Kufi style is optimized for reading Arabic script on screen. The large ‘loop height’ and ‘tooth height’ help prevent readers from having to zoom web pages to a larger size in order to read them. The traditional Kufi forms are softened for less formal documents such as periodicals and journals. The letterforms structures are based on the calligraphic grammatical rules of the Kufi writing style while drawn with a contemporary feel.

Link

@import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/droidarabickufi.css);

Example

font-family: 'Droid Arabic Kufi', sans-serif;
Apache License, version 2.0 | Download  

Droid Arabic Naskh (Arabic)

Droid Arabic Naskh is an Arabic type designed for use in Google™ products such as Google ChromeOS™ and Android™. Designed to complement the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic provided in the Droid Serif family, the Arabic matches the color, alignment and design detail of the Droid Serif allowing them to be used together for multi-lingual typesetting. This Naskh style is optimized for reading Arabic script on screen. The large ‘loop height’ and ‘tooth height’ help prevent readers from having to zoom web pages to a larger size in order to read them. The traditional Naskh forms are softened for less formal documents such as periodicals and journals. The letterforms structures are based on the calligraphic grammatical rules of the Naskh writing style while drawn with a contemporary feel.

Link

@import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/droidarabicnaskh.css);

Example

font-family: 'Droid Arabic Naskh', serif;
Apache License, version 2.0 | Download  

Noto Kufi Arabic (Arabic)

When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes ”tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name. Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Kufi Arabic family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted. Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

Link

@import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notokufiarabic.css);

Example

font-family: 'Noto Kufi Arabic', sans-serif;
Apache License, version 2.0 | Download  

Noto Naskh Arabic (Arabic)

When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes ”tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name. Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Naskh Arabic family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted. Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

Link

@import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notonaskharabic.css);

Example

font-family: 'Noto Naskh Arabic', serif;
Apache License, version 2.0 | Download  

Noto Naskh Arabic UI (Arabic)

When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name. Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Naskh Arabic UI family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted. Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

Link

@import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notonaskharabicui.css);

Example

font-family: 'Noto Naskh Arabic UI', serif;
Apache License, version 2.0 | Download  

Noto Nastaliq Urdu Draft (Arabic)

When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes ”tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name. Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Nastaliq Urdu Draft family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted. Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

Link

@import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notonastaliqurdudraft.css);

Example

font-family: 'Noto Nastaliq Urdu Draft', serif;
Apache License, version 2.0 | Download  

Noto Sans Kufi Arabic (Arabic)

When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name. Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Sans Kufi Arabic family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted. Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

Link

@import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanskufiarabic.css);

Example

font-family: 'Noto Sans Kufi Arabic', sans-serif;
Apache License, version 2.0 | Download  

Thabit (Arabic)

Thabit (from Arabic ثابت; fixed) is a fixed-width OpenType font family that supports Arabic script. It is developed by Arabeyes.org as part of the Khotot project by Khaled Hosny

Link

@import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/thabit.css);

Example

font-family: 'Thabit', monospace;
SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download    
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How to set up your own personal home cloud storage system
set up your own cloud storage at home   Storing documents on file sharing services like Dropbox and Google Drive has become a common practice online in the last five years. In that time, as people create, edit and hoard older data files, they find they are running short of the free space included with an account. With more and more people opting for either a tablet-only existence or switching from a traditional desktop computer with multiple internal drives to a laptop with a much smaller SSD drive, finding an alternate storage system is important. At a cost of between $0.05 and $0.10 per gigabyte per month for additional online storage, you can spend anywhere from $500 to $600 per year for just 1 terabyte. As you will see, a more economical solution is to own your own personal cloud hosted on your home network.

Personal cloud considerations

Not every solution to this problem is perfect. The following outlines some of the challenges you may face when managing your own personal cloud. Upload speed – What is likely to be the biggest deterrent from using a home-based personal-cloud storage system will be your internet provider. When you are away from your home network, the fastest access speed you can expect from a personal cloud will be your internet connection’s upload speed. Looking at data collected by OOKLA, the national average for download speeds is about 21.5Mbps while the upload speed is only 6.8Mbps. For my own home network, those numbers are 18Mbps down and 2Mbps up respectively, which is where they should be according to my provider AT&T U-verse. Before investing in a personal cloud, run an internet speed test to see just how fast, or slow, your upload speeds will be. Router settings – Your router plays an important part in the equation as well. By design, routers are meant to connect multiple devices on your home network to the internet, and not the other way around. If you happens to have a router that supports Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) you many simply need to ensure that this particular feature is turned on. Otherwise you may find yourself manually configuring the necessary Port Forwarding settings that are unique to each private cloud and router combination. Take a quick look at both products’ support site before you buy. You should find a list of compatible routers that work with the personal cloud product you are most interested in. Remote access vs syncing – Syncing your files may be just fine when you think of a free Dropbox account. Files are typically accessed from a single user whose account comes with a relatively small amount of storage space. But when you realize that personal cloud based storage can have from 1 to 4 terabytes of space (some four-bay systems with as much as 16 terabytes), syncing is no longer a viable option. Keeping the majority of your files on your personal cloud means that both you and your cloud must be online in order to access your files.

Home Computer as a Personal Cloud

Home computer as a personal cloud There are of course many different ways to share files between computers and portable devices. With personal cloud software installed on your computer, you can more easily access the files located on your home-bound computer from across the internet. Polkast is one such service that will allow you to share the files located on just one computer with a free account. Setting up an account and downloading the required software onto your PC or Mac is easy enough and there are apps for both Android and iOS. If you are looking to add more computers to the service, Polkast Pro costs $4.99/month or $49.99/year for an unlimited number of devices. LogMeIn Pro also has a file-sharing feature in addition to its remote control service. With LogMeIn you not only do you have access to your files, but you can also log in and control your desktop. At $99 per year for the first two computers, it is a little more expensive than Polkast but you may find it a little easier to use. Spotdox is a unique offering in that it is an add-on application to your Dropbox account. With Spotdox you can access all of the files from your home computer as it uses your Dropbox account to perform a sort of handshake to establish a connection. At $24 per year or $79 for life for an unlimited number of devices, this may be the most economical solution of the three.

Network Device as a Personal Cloud

Network device as a personal cloud Leaving a computer on all of the time on your home network may not be possible. All you really need to do is attach just the hard drive to your home network. Such a device is called Network Attached Storage (NAS). NAS devices have gotten a whole lot smarter as they can now easily share their files outside of your home network over the internet. Transporter was among the first such devices that turned a network attached hard drive into a cloud accessible file sharing device. With their own Selective Sync feature, you can decide which folders you sync and which folders you keep on the device. Starting at just $99 for a diskless version that you add your own UBB drive to, you can also get a 1TB version for $249 or a 2TB version for $349. Transporter is by far one of the easiest personal cloud devices to setup. Zyxel NSA325 may be a lesser known brand, but has a highly adaptable configuration. Using Polkast as one of its cloud sharing options, you can also install a WordPress server and many other network services including a DLNA media server. It is more like a small Linux server than it is just a networked hard drive. Starting at around $75 for a 1-bay drive enclosure and $175 for a 2-bay enclosure (you supply the hard drives), this setup is geared more towards someone whom is comfortable setting up and configuring electronic devices. Western Digital MyCloud offers easy setup out of the box like Transporter and yet still has some of the advanced features available in the Zyxel like being a fully fledged DLNA media server too. Starting at $150 for 2TB, $170 for 3TB, and $220 for 4TB, you can elect to move up to WD’s EX4 network appliance that has configurations all the way up to 16TB for $999.

Portable WiFi Device as a Pocket Cloud

Portable Wi-Fi device as a pocket cloud A final solution would be to actually carry your cloud based storage around with you. Lacking the ability to create a sharable link on the internet, these devices will attach themselves to an existing Wi-Fi network or will create their own when none exists. This eliminates the complexities of having to deal with upload speeds and router configurations. Think of them more as like an on-demand personal cloud that you can carry around with you rather than leaving one attached to your home network. Kingston Wi-Drive does not have the same capacity as some of the other personal cloud options, but makes up for that by being accessible in locations where there is not internet connection. With storage capacities of just 32 GB for $80 and 64 GB for $99, you end up paying a premium for the convenience of being accessible anywhere. SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive takes things one step further by also allow you to connect to an inserted SD memory card. With a price point similar to that of the Kingston at $80 for the 32 GB and $99 for the 64 GB, having the ability to add-on storage makes the SanDisk a better option. Corsair Voyager Air is a little bit larger than either the Kingston or the SanDisk, but with that increase in size comes an increase in storage capacity. You can also attach the drive to your home network with an Ethernet cable. Priced at $180 for a 1 TB drive, byte for byte it is definitely the most economical solution of the three.
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General, Learn and Teach, Mac
Record Your iPhone or iPad Screen with QuickTime The ability to record an iPhone or iPad screen has long been available, but it required some work to get it going, such as jailbreak-only apps or AirPlay. With OS X Yosemite and iOS 8, Apple has now made recording the iPhone or iPad an easy and simple task. The key is QuickTime. Launch QuickTime and select File > New Movie Recording from the menu bar. Alternatively, you can use the keyboard shortcut Option-Command-N. This will launch a new QuickTime window for video recording. By default, QuickTime will activate your Mac’s built-in iSight camera, but ignore that and find and click on the small downward-facing triangle next to the record button. This lets you select an alternate recording source, which now includes your iPhone or iPad. quicktime-record-iphone.jpg   quicktime-record-iphone-portrait.jpg  
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Application, Fonts
14 tools to Create your own font this article has been copied from this source   There are plenty of sources available to find free high quality fonts that you can use in your apps and web projects. However, it can sometimes happen that even after checking hundreds of fonts, you’re not able to find the perfect font that you were looking for. Or you simply want to use a unique font in your app, website or logo design. In such cases, you may want to create your own font to add uniqueness to the typography of your project. Today, I have brought a list of best tools for creating fonts. You can use these tools to create your own custom font from scratch. You can also design your fonts in vector graphics editors like Adobe Illustrator or Inkscape and then import the .svg file in font building tools like FontForge (mentioned below) to convert into TrueType or OpenType fonts.    

1. FontLab Studio

FontLab Studio by FontLab is a powerful font editor for professionals to design typefaces and create or modify fonts. It is available for Windows and Mac and supports all major outline font formats including Type 1, TrueType, Multiple Master and OpenType. Cost: Premium. See pricing details create your own font fontlab studio

2. FontCreator

FontCreator, available for Windows, has an intuitive interface for beginners and also has advance feature sets for font designers to create and edit high-quality TrueType and OpenType fonts. Import of (scanned) images or vector graphics for conversion into glyphs is also supported. Cost: The Home Edition costs 79 USD, check price comparison chart for details fontcreator font editor

3. Fontographer

Fontographer, another powerful font editor by FontLab lets you create new fonts from scratch or customize the existing ones. You can open and generate Type 1, TrueType, OpenType, Type 3 fonts, you can fine-tune spacing and kerning among other special features. Fontographer is available for Windows and Mac systems. You can also check out other font editors by FontLab: TypeTool and BitFonter (bitmap font editor). Cost: Premium. See pricing details font creation tool fontographer

4. FontForge

FontForge is a downloadable application available for Windows, Mac, Unix/Linux systems and localized in many different languages. It is an outline font editor and allows you to create and edit PostScript, TrueType, OpenType, svg and bitmap fonts. It also lets you convert one format to another. Cost: Free fontforge font creation tool

5. Type 3.2 font editor

Type 3.2 is an OpenType font editor available for Windows and Mac OS X. You can open, save and convert .otf and .ttf fonts. Import of .svg files is also supported. Beginners can also try out the freeware font editor, Type light that is available for Windows. Cost: Type light is free, Type 3.2 costs 65 USD type3.2 font editor

6. FontStruct

FontStruct is a free browser-based typography creation tool to let you quickly and easily create your own fonts. You can download your font as TrueType. You can also share your fonts with FontStruct community, browse and download fonts uploaded by others and use in your projects. Cost: Free fontstruct font creation tool

7. BitFontMaker2

BitFontMaker2 is a browser-based pixel-font editor that you can use to edit and create bitmap fonts. You can download your fonts as TrueTypeFont, you can also upload your fonts to their gallery. Cost: Free bitfontmaker font creation tool

8. Fontifier

Fontifier is an online tool that allows you to create a TrueType font from your own handwriting. You can preview your font for free but you have to buy the font for using it in your projects. Cost: Free to use, 9 USD to download the font fontifier font creation tool

9. YourFonts

YourFonts is an online tool that lets you generate OpenType fonts from your scanned handwriting. Like Fontifier, font preview is free and you need to purchase the font for using in your projects. Cost: Free to use, 9.95 USD to download the font yourfonts font creation tool

10. Glyphr

Glyphr is a free HTML5 based font-editor. You can either explore a work in progress font or create your font from scratch with Glyphr Studio Online. Cost: Free glyphr studio font creator

11. iFontMaker

iFontMaker is a downloadable application available for iPad and Windows 8. Using its free-hand font editor you can either create your font from scratch or edit the existing ones. You can convert it into a TTF file and use in your projects. Cost: 4.99 USD for Windows, 6.99 USD for Mac iFontmaker font creation tool

12. FontArk

FontArk is a browser-based type design and font creation tool. With features like real-time multiple glyph editing system and automatic outline generator, you can easily create your own font and download it as .OTF file. Cost: Free for limited time font creation tool fontark

13. MyScriptFont

MyScriptFont is an online tool that lets you create TTF or OTF fonts from your handwriting. It also allows you to download your font for free that you can use for commercial purposes too. You can read my post where I have shared my experience on creating font from handwriting using MyScriptFont for more details. Cost: Free my script font

14. BirdFont

BirdFont is a font editor that you can use to create TTF, EOT and SVG fonts. This editor is available for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and BSD. You can download its freeware version to create fonts under SIL Open Font license, for other licenses you need to upgrade. Cost: Free as well as Premium font creation tool birdfont
 
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Fonts
the best Free Fonts for your apps and websites this article has been copied from this source Choosing the right font for your project, whether you are making an app or a website, is a very important step. The fonts that you choose should not only make content reading easier but also blend well with other design elements. In order to help you find the perfect font for your design, I have hand-picked 10 places where you can find best free fonts. Most of these sites offer free fonts that can be used commercially, however make sure you read the licensing and attribution requirements before downloading and using them in your projects.

1. Google Fonts

Google Fonts is one of the most popular directory of open source web fonts, that you can use in your commercial projects for free. There are currently more than 600 fonts with various font styles to choose from, including serif, sans-serif, script and hand writing.

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2. Font Squirrel

Font Squirrel is another best resource for finding free, hand-picked, high-quality and commercial-use fonts. These fonts are classified under different styles like serif, retro, dingbat, etc. font squirrel free fonts

3. dafont.com

dafont.com has over 20,000 fonts split under different categories like fancy, holiday, techno etc. and sub-categories for quick browsing. dafont

4. Urban Fonts

Urban Fonts features a vast collection of free fonts, premium fonts and free dingbats. You can keyword-search over 8,000 freeware fonts or browse different categories to find the font you’re looking for.

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5. Font Space

Font Space has a collection of over 23,000 free fonts that you can browse by year, popular categories or by font designers. fontspace free fonts

6. 1001 Free Fonts

1001 Free Fonts is a database of huge collection of fonts. You can find fonts by name and categories.

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7. Acid Fonts

Acid Fonts is a large collection of free fonts that you can keyword-search or browse alphabetically or by categories.

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8. Open Font Library

Open Font Library has around 400 font families that come with the freedom to use, study, share and remix them. You can browse their catalogue that gives you font preview, this list can be filtered by categories like monospaced, sans-serif, etc or by licenses.

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9. Search Free Fonts

Search Free Fonts has a collection that contains over 13,000 free fonts and over 91,000 commercial fonts put under different categories for easy browsing.

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10. The League of Moveable Type

The League of Moveable Type provide high-quality, free, open-source and web-ready fonts that can be used commercially as long as credit is provided to the original creator. league of moveable type fonts
These free font resources will surely help you in finding awesome fonts for your project and spice up its typography. Please do not forget to share these resources with fellow designers and developers.
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Downloads, General, Wallpapers
16 موقع لافضل الصور للاستخدام التجاري والعام مجانا مواقع لافضل الصور للاستخدام التجاري والعام مجانا الصور الجيدة هي الجزء الأساسي لتشكيل أي موقع كبير. ولكن إيجاد الصور المناسبة يمكن أن يكون صعب أحيانا. فالخيارات المتاحة لك هي التصوير بنفسك ، شراء الصور من فوتوغرافر أو موقع صور أو إيجاد الصور المجانية المتاحة للاستخدام. وهذا هو ما سنتكلم عنه اليوم. اليكم 16 موقع حيث يمكنك إيجاد صور كثيرة جدا مجانية رائعة متاحة للتحميل.

صور مجانية للاستخدام العام والتجاري

Raumrot

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Unsplash

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Little Visuals

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Gratisography

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Free Refe Mobile Photos

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Jay Mantri

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Magdeleine

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Foodie’s Feed

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Picography

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Im Free

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Death to the Stock Photo

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New Old Stock

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SuperFamous

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Public Domain Archive

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Picjumbo

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The Amazing Pattern Library

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General
صور لمدينة دبي من عدة مصورين في موقع 500px حيث قاموا بتصوير المناظر من عدة اماكن في مدينة دبي وضواحيها ومناطقها استمتعوا بالمشاهدة   Somewhere on Desert - stock photo   صورة ليلية من مدينة دبي Dubai Night - stock photo صورة من برج خليفة     Burj Khalifa clouds palm - stock photo Dubai Shk Zayed Road Lights - stock photo   Ill be Waiting for you - stock photo Engineered - stock photo Fogaerial Muthukrishna - stock photo Dubai sunset reflections - stock photo Jumeirah lakes towers - stock photo Through sands - stock photo The City in the Clouds - stock photo Meydan Bridge Duba - stock photo Arabian Food - stock photo Aprils Fog - stock photo   Interchange - stock photo Dubai desert - stock photo Good Morning Dubai - stock photo Dubai Oct 2010 - stock photo Downtown Dubai - stock photo     Whirlpool - stock photo Dubai Marina - stock photo Dubai Lights - stock photo Dubai Marina from a distance - stock photo Burj Khalifa Vista - stock photo Up - stock photo Downtown Dubai Sunset - stock photo   View from Burj Khalifa - stock photo   BURJ KHALIFA - stock photo   Highway of lights - stock photo   Burj Khalifa Dubai UAE - stock photo   الشروق Sunrise - stock photo الظلال 50 Shades - stock photo Dubai Skyline Night Reflection - stock photo Desert - stock photo Sunrise under the bridge - stock photo Dubai Downtown in Fog - stock photoSilent Ride - stock photo Fog over Dubai - stock photo Desert - stock photo desert race - stock photo Dubai Sunset - stock photo Dubai Marina - stock photo Dubai Marina - stock photo Antelope in desert - stock photo Good Morning Dubai - stock photo connected - stock photo Dubai - stock photo   الصور البانورامية Panoramic view of Dubai from Burj Khalifa - stock photo   Panoramic skyline of Dubai from Jumeirah Open Beach - stock photo In the City - stock photo   View From The Outside - stock photo   صورة للمارينا من البحر DUBAI MARINA FROM SEA - stock photo صورة ليلية دبي في الافق Dubai Skyline at Night - stock photo
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