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Photo of the Week – Golan

I’ve posted 4 Photo of the Week articles, a photo from the Red Canyon, Makhtesh HaGadol, Dead Sea and Nahal Og, all from the south of Israel. It’s Sunday again and time for another photo. This week I chose a photo from the north of Israel. You can click on the image for a larger view (which may take some time to load depending on your Internet connection). Included is information about the photo – where it was taken, the technical details of the photo, etc.  Please share this post via email, on Facebook or Twitter by clicking on the icons at the end of this message.

This photo was taken with a Nikon D90 (digital SLR) camera with a Nikon 18-70mm lens over Pesach, a sunny morning on April 21 (ISO 200, 34mm, F4 at 1/3200 sec).

The photo was taken while hiking the Golan trail. For additional photos and a description of our hike check out the blog post at https://israeltours.wordpress.com/2011/05/02/wind-turbines-on-golan-trail/

Photographs on this website are © Shmuel Browns (unless marked otherwise) – if you are interested in purchasing one of my photos or using one of my photos for your own project please contact me.

This week has flown by as we celebrated our daughter Tiferet’s wedding to Boaz last Sunday and enjoyed the time with friends and family. So it’s Sunday and time for this week’s photo. I chose a place in the Judean desert, less than a half hour from Jerusalem on the way to the Dead Sea, a great place to hike. You can click on the image for a larger view (which may take some time to load depending on your Internet connection). Included is information about the photo – where it was taken, the technical details of the photo, etc.  Please share this post via email, on Facebook or Twitter by clicking on the icons at the end of this message.

This photo was taken with a Nikon D90 (digital SLR) camera with a Nikon 18-70mm lens in the early afternoon of November 27th,  (ISO 400, 18mm, F9 at 1/125 sec).

The photo was taken while hiking Nahal Og. For additional photos and a description of our hike check out the blog post at https://israeltours.wordpress.com/2011/11/28/hiking-nahal-og/

Photographs on this website are © Shmuel Browns (unless marked otherwise) – if you are interested in purchasing one of my photos or using one of my photos for your own project please contact me.

It’s Sunday so here is this week’s photo from one of the unique places in Israel. You can click on the image for a larger view (which may take some time to load depending on your Internet connection). Included is information about the photo – where it was taken, the technical details of the photo, etc.  Please share this post via email, on Facebook or Twitter by clicking on the icons at the end of this message.

Sea, Salt and Sky, Dead Sea

This photo was taken with a Nikon D90 (digital SLR) camera with a Nikon 18-70mm lens in the afternoon of November 27th,  (ISO 250, 18mm, F10 at 1/250 sec).

The photo is at the Dead Sea near Nahal Qedem when we went to find the hot springs.

Photographs on this website are © Shmuel Browns (unless marked otherwise) – if you are interested in purchasing one of my photos or using one of my photos for your own project please contact me.

Every Sunday I post a photo that I’ve taken somewhere in Israel. You can click on the image for a larger view (which may take some time to load depending on your Internet connection). I write something about the photo – where it was taken, the technical details of the photo, etc. If I don’t tell you where the photo was taken, I’m asking you to guess and add the location of the photo as a comment (in the end I’ll tell you). Please share this post via email, on Facebook or Twitter by clicking on the icons at the end of this message.

Red Canyon, near EilatThis photo was taken with a Nikon D90 (digital SLR) camera with a Nikon 18-70mm lens in the afternoon of March 27th,  (ISO 200, 18mm, F5.6 at 1/125 sec).

The photo is of the sculpted walls of the Red Canyon. For directions on how to get there and suggestions on other sites in the area check out my blog post.

Photographs on this website are © Shmuel Browns (unless marked otherwise) – if you are interested in purchasing one of my photos or using one of my photos for your own project please contact me.