Photos from Israel & Jordan
This shot, for some reason, strikes me as the perfect metaphor for the
spirit of modern Israel.
Empty restaurant in Old Yaffa
Floating egg-tree sculpture in Old Yaffa
Not from Burning Man, but the desert nearby Masada
A common sight around the deserts... Res Ipsa Loquitur.
Why do people do this? I think it's a human universal, but I don't understand
The Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, as the Muslims would probably like
you to think of it
A better representation of what the Dome of the Rock felt like
Greek Orthodox (?) priest by the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the friendliest
place in the Old City
(you don't have to go through a metal detector & have your bags searched
Sittin' on the dock of the bay (well, the church, whatever...)
Tel Aviv beach at sunset
Me in the Dead Sea--look Ma, no flotation device!
Offering in a turret room of the Citadel of David, Jerusalem
Doorway of an art shop in Old Jaffa
Arches from the ruins of an ancient Nabotean town of Avdat
Edge of a cliff in Mitzpe Ramon; the little colored speck s in the cave
are two people.
Petra, in Jordan. This shot fails to capture one of the most striking
views of Petra, but it's closer than any others...
Ditto above, for the Petra Treasury. Slight cheat: deleted dorky tourist
in the corner via Photoshop.
The guard inside one of the ancient Roman temples of Petra--finally,
a shot that came out!
And lastly, a character shot from Petra