Sometimes pictures speak louder than words. Wouldn’t you agree? Here are some of the things I saw while wandering around Jerusalem.
Yad Vashem, Holocaust memorial
the Jewish Quarter
Hasidic Jewish boys
an accordion player randomly practicing in the woods of Ein Karem
Jerusalem at dusk
Beautiful! One day I will make it to the Middle East… until then, thanks for sharing your pictures!
Those pictures are really great! I just returned from Israel and am now even more obsessed with traveling than I already was (which I thought was impossible). It was a really amazing experience that like you, I can’t describe with words. It’s a beautiful country with amazing history and I not only recommend going, but I beg you to go and experience it’s amazing wonders!
I really want to go there one day. Wow.
Amazing!! One of the place I would love to visit one day.
I can hardly wait to get there. Thanks for the wonderful pictures. You are so gifted with your photography. They make me want to visit!
Some of the best photos you’ve ever taken dear!!!!!! 🙂
Wow! I loved every single shot. What a trip of a lifetime.
Amazing photos. So varied, all so interesting.
Beautiful photos! Will you come take pictures of me, so I can look this good?
I love them all, but the one of the boys (and their expressions) is my favorite.
these are perfect. makes me wish I was going with G and Emily when they go in February. I haven’t been since 2000. It really is an amazing place, eh?
These are all amazing captures, but I really like the first one best, it’s almost surreal. I’ll bet that was a great trip.
haha, an accordion player in the woods. that must have been a lovely moment!
Gorgeous shots. My fav is #4 of the Jewish Quarter
Love the picture of the accordion player.
amazing photos, they really bring the colors of the city to life. it’s my dream to visit jerusalem– very near to the top of my list 🙂 thank you for the gorgeous photo essay.
its beautiful place Jerusalem the pictures and the western wall