Dusk at the Top of a Mosque
When I came out from my campus at 5.30 p.m., I saw a man repairing something at the top of Masjid Agung (The Grand Mosque) next to the campus. I ran to the lab to take the camera then I came back again to the campus yard. I used my manual 70-210 mm tele lens then I took some photograph of that man on the top of the mosque.
When Maghrib (dusk) adzan announced, it was time for iftar (fasting break). The sun has hid from the sky and everyone had a meal to break our Ramadhan shaum (fasting) this month. But that man still was on top of the mosque. I saw him still repairing something there. He hasn’t broken his shaum yet. When everyone had a good and smiley iftar time, he cancelled his iftar and he still had to finished his job to make our mosque good. Do we often ignore a visible forgotten thing in our life?