After a long, hot day, the cool evening breeze moved in and the Old City was alive under a full moon with Jews returning from Shabbat prayers at the Western Wall and Muslims breaking their Ramadan […]
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It’s my 11th day of shooting the 36exp challenge and I notice that I’m shooting less (today was actually a 23 exp day), but I’m liking more of my photos. I don’t think I hit any […]
Thank you to the Musrara Mix, our neighborhood art festival, for most of today’s inspiration. I didn’t have time to work on 36exp today because of a conference, but coming home to an art exhibit […]
Two meetings and a work photo shoot today left precious little time to hunt for photos. The longer I continue with the 36exp Challenge, the more I realize that 36 thoughtful, methodically-shot photos is an […]
Jaffa Street, the Russian Orthodox church and the Old City’s Muslim quarter. I only used 22 frames today, but I decided to call it a night.
I started shooting today in a shopping mall while picking up last-minute presents for James Everett and ended the day in Jerusalem’s Old City with Muslims who had just broken their fast on the first […]
My day kept getting hijacked today and time I had intended to spend shooting had to be devoted to other priorities that, unfortunately, weren’t visual. I had 36 exposures at my disposal, but only shot 24.
A trip through the Bethlehem checkpoint to see the Banksy hotel and to show the separation wall to a visiting friend and an evening trip into Jerusalem’s Old City to watch the Haredi Jews and […]
From Jordan to Jerusalem, today was a long day. I felt like I had to work really hard to get any decent photos, but in the end I was pretty happy with my take.
Today’s installment of 36 Exp comes from the Heshemite Kingdom of Jordan, where I’ve spent the day woking on a non-photo project.