During the spring I’ve re-edited some of my old material from Jerusalem and today I uploaded around 100 of those photos to Flickr.
Most of the photos haven’t been shared before. Naturally my photography skills have improved a lot since then, but some of the material is still good in my opinion. Here’s a few of the photos and you can find the rest on Flickr.
שוק מחנה יהודה
Halwa captured at Mahane Yehuda Market in Jerusalem, Israel.
That was the food, now here’s some music:
A street photo from Jerusalem with a street vendor selling fresh fruit.
Surrounded by walls in Jerusalem.
העיר העתיקה, ירושלים,
The theme for #photo101 today is Solitude, so I thought that this photo of a nun in The Church of the Holy Sepulchre in the capital of Israel, Jerusalem, would be suitable.
According to psychologytoday.com, Solitude is the state of being alone without being lonely. It is a positive and constructive state of engagement with oneself. Solitude is desirable, a state of being alone where you provide yourself wonderful and sufficient company.
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre, or the Church of the Resurrection by Eastern Christians, is a church within the Christian Quarter of the walled Old City of Jerusalem. The site is venerated as Calvary (Golgotha), where Jesus was crucified, and also contains the place where Jesus is said to have been buried. The church has been an important Christian pilgrimage destination since at least the 4th century as the purported site of the resurrection of Jesus. (source: Wikipedia)