Israel has a Mediterranean coastline of 187 kilometres from Rosh HaNikra, the border with Lebanon in the north to Gaza in the south, with some very nice beaches. Israeli photographer, David Rubinger, says that when you want to take a photo the best camera is the one you have with you. This photo is from the cliffs behind Wingate just south of Netanya, taken with my iPhone.
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Thanks for another great picture. It was also nice to see your picture and learn more about you on Ferrell Jenkins’ blog this week.
Thanks. I took Ferrell and his friend Dan, both photographers, out to Herodium with a couple of stops on the way to get some photos of the Mar Elias monastery, olive groves and the ruins of the Kathisma church, see https://israeltours.wordpress.com/2011/12/15/kathisma-church/.
That’s an impressive photo from an iPhone. Baruch Sienna
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