Pyramid of Khufu/Egypt by Nancy Richard
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The pyramid of Khufu (around 2560 BC.) is the largest in Egypt and the first successful true pyramid.

It was built for the 4th dynasty pharaoh, Khufu. (The step pyramid precedes this one, but is not a true pyramid because of its step structure.)

It is called the Great Pyramid Of Giza (or Cheops) and is the oldest of the seven ancient wonders of the world left largely intact. It has three inside chambers and is the only pyramid with both ascending and descending passages.

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archeology, egypt, khufu, pyramids

I am deeply concerned about environment, wildlife, and animal welfare, feeling a strong commitment to leaving the planet in better shape for new generations. Therefore, I support a number of charities that reflect those interests.

I have a degree in English and Library Science, but if I had my life to live over, I would have loved to have been a photographer, writer, and/or National Park ranger.

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Comments

  • Amanda Huggins
    Amanda Hugginsabout 4 years ago

    wow!

  • Thank you so much for your comment.

    – Nancy Richard

  • dasSuiGeneris
    dasSuiGenerisabout 4 years ago

    This is an amazing structure. I am glad that you have added the great description, Nancy. Your composition here is excellent, in my eye. I love the activity taking place in the foreground. It’s funny, but there appears to be some sort of lightning rod atop this ancient behemoth. Were you able to go inside this structure? Again, great job Nancy.

  • I’m so glad you like the shot. I liked the activity, too. In answer to your question, I wasn’t able to go inside with my physical limitations. And, yes, I believe you’re right that there is a lightning rod on the top.

    – Nancy Richard

  • dasSuiGeneris
    dasSuiGenerisabout 4 years ago

    I’m sorry to hear that you were unable to go in. I am sure that it is amazing inside. It would be surreal to actually step foot into such an otherworldly structure. Thanks for sharing!

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeabout 4 years ago

  • Louise Linossi Telfer
    Louise Linossi...about 4 years ago

    what a wonderful image Nancy, the whole scene is spectacular, what an amazing place to see

  • Many thanks, Louise. Egypt really was an amazing country.

    – Nancy Richard

  • Aj Finan
    Aj Finanabout 4 years ago

    I have been here myself Nancy, so i know how amazing these are. I went before i got into photography. I think i will have to make a return journey lol.
    Well done my friend :)

  • Thanks, Aj. I know there are places that I’ve been before digital that I’ve got to get back to. Definitely, you should go again.

    – Nancy Richard

  • AndreaEL
    AndreaELabout 4 years ago

    Wonderful capture, and a great write up, thanks for sharing.

  • Thank you so much, Andrea.

    – Nancy Richard

  • OregonCurly
    OregonCurlyabout 4 years ago

    Ditto AndreaEL. I like the sense of proportion shown with the people at the very base, and those closer to the camera.

    It is truly a marvel to behold, sorry you couldn’t get inside, but it is quite a tiring climb. Most interesting though.

  • Thank you so much for your comment. I agree with you. The people at the base really give a true sense of proportion.

    – Nancy Richard

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeabout 4 years ago

  • Many, many thanks, Audrey. It is such an honor to be chosen.

    – Nancy Richard

  • Patricia127
    Patricia127about 4 years ago

    Excellent capture! Congrats on your feature and for getting a photo with so few people in it:)

  • Thanks, Patricia. Love to get comments.

    – Nancy Richard

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