This last weekend, the monthly outing with our group of photographer-friends took me to the Dead Sea and its surroundings.
I won’t write too much, or else this post won’t be up this week, but I will say that I had a great time, the area is never-endingly interesting and beautiful, and I got some photography going, as well…
Our itinerary took us first to the Inn of the Good Samaritan & the area nearby, to a lookout over Wadi Kelt, and then along the shores of the sea – Ein Fashcha (lots and lots of sweet running water, which seems misplaced, so near to the salty sea), the early camp of the first chemical plant, the dry Judaean hills with their extraordinary rock formations and colors, and much more.
Saturday ended with a beautiful and little-known gem of a place called Mitzpe Moav ( Moav Outlook Point), at the edge of the city Arad.
In between we ate, drank strong coffee, joked and talked, as friends do, and especially friends who like to do these soul-filling things – see and photograph beauty; and enjoy doing them together.
And of course, we caught the sunset with the full moon over the water. The haze we found ourselves in, created a dreamy, gentle mingling of light pastel colors, with the landscape almost indiscernible.
These are just a few of the photos I took, in a very wide range of styles.
Till next time -
Best wishes, and -
Keep looking for the beauty and light that are everywhere!