A view of the full moon in Dubai.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, shared a series of photos of the full moon rising over the iconic Burj Al Arab hotel on his Instagram on Thursday.
The Dubai Crown Prince captioned the photos, “Just in time! #Fullmoon in #Dubai.”
The photos garnered over 141,300 likes on the social platform.
Social Media users went abuzz over the pictures.
Clarklittle said “Wow🤙🏼”
Besuniel said “Amazing ❤️”
Telguamanal: “Wow masha'Allah ❤️❤️”
It is not clear where the photographs were taken from.
Last month, Sheikh Hamdan shared a video of the new world record created by the UAE with the largest flag ever flown in a free fall in Dubai.
Sheikh Hamdan said, “Another proud moment as our nation’s flag sets a new World Record for the largest flag flown in free fall measuring 144.28 m² 🇦🇪 Happy National Day. #UAE” .
Hamdan is an avid lover of nature and animals. He shares breathtaking photographs and videos of his whereabouts on Instagram.
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The Dubai Crown Prince pans the mobile phone to show scores of tuskers making a journey. One elephant can be seen really up close to Sheikh Hamdan.
Sheikh Hamdan published a video of Sheikh Mohammed with children on his Instagram account on Monday.
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