Photographs from The Holy Land
I was in Israel a while back and let me tell you: it's a great place to be with a camera. These are a handful of photos taken on my travels.
I'm not a professional photographer by any means (I guess you'll be able to tell when you look at the photos). But I am looking to improve my photography, so any and all feedback is much appreciated. All photos were taken and edited by me and may not be reproduced without my permission.
Ah, quiet afternoons. This is something you never see where I live: a street with nobody on it but you. It was a little surreal I'll admit, but very quiet and peaceful.
Given that Haifa is first and foremost an industrial city, I was surprised at the beauty of the place. From far up the mountain, it's easy to forget about the busy port in the bay. The Bahai gardens are simply stunning. In fact, a couple were getting married in the gardens while I was visiting. They certainly chose a beautiful spot.
I spotted this gravity-defying sculpture in a square in Tel Aviv. I don't usually like that kind of thing, but this was an exception. Plus, I still haven't been able to work out how it stays up.
I had to get up at four in the morning for this shot. About two hours and a very painful climb later, I was rewarded with this sunrise. It was worth it.
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