The world through another’s eyes

We often walk through life and only occasionally stop to see the wonders that are in our world. I met a man a few years ago and was touched by his generosity of spirit and the creativity that was clearly abundant within him. His name is Ramy and we met through work. He was the client and I worked for an advertising agency. His passion for the arts was something that was evident from the first meeting, as well his his desire to have the best work we could produce. Clearly in front of me, was a man who saw the world as a canvas, but wasn’t ready to hold the brush himself.

Just over a year ago, he finally found his calling. With a camera in his hand, the light within Ramy shone brighter than any star in the night sky. I was not alone in telling him that his ability was something he should pursue. In fact every single person on his Facebook page was almost insisting he did more. Gladly, he headed the advice and to see how his photography has grown over the past year is something quite extraordinary, and I have worked with some amazing photographers all over the world. The thing that strikes me about Ramy’s photography is that he sees the most human aspect in our world, and captures it. To see the world through his eyes proves to me that it doesn’t matter where you are today, it only matters how you look ahead and how you act on achieving it. Congratulations Ramy, I couldn’t be happier for you.

This is a small sample of his work, Please check out the rest on:


8 thoughts on “The world through another’s eyes

  1. All his photographs are stunning and beautiful…but I especially love the 2nd and 3rd in the first row and the 3rd in the 2nd row. Thank you so much for sharing and have a blessed day, Alan. πŸ™‚


    1. For a photographer who only just started taking it serious he has some incredible shots. It shows the person inside of him I believe that always sees the good in people. Thank you, take care Alan


  2. ────╔╗╔╗╔═╗╔╗╔╗╔══╗────
    ::Seth waves:: Leaving you a quick greeting and hoping that you are enjoying a relaxing evening. I feel good… I am finally getting around to visiting everyone and sticking my nose into everyone’s business. Cheers to you… I will be back, don’t shut me out!


    1. Thank you for the BIG HELLO Seth! Always great when you pass by my friend. How’s life? All good I hope, take care Alan.


      1. *´¨)
        ΒΈ.‒´¸.β€’*´¨) ΒΈ.β€’*Β¨)
        (ΒΈ.β€’Β΄ (ΒΈ.β€’` Β€ Life is busy, but I will not complain because at least I have a job to go to, right? All in all, it’s pretty good. I hope that you and yours can say the same. BTW – Top row – love the photo of the road aligned with the trees. A road with what appears to be no end… mysterious!


  3. *´¨)
    ΒΈ.‒´¸.β€’*´¨) ΒΈ.β€’*Β¨)
    (ΒΈ.β€’Β΄ (ΒΈ.β€’` Β€ It’s people like Ramy that reminds us that there is so much more to life, that we either take for granted or simple don’t notice. We need men with talent like him, to show us that we truly need to slow down, take a good look around and enjoy everything big or small… appreciate even the insignificant, but precious, details.


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