Jerusalem Within The Frame + Catch Up
October 8th, 2013

Jerusalem Within The Frame

This morning we announced Jerusalem Within The Frame. This is an adventure that I have wanted to do for a long time, and with the addition of Gali Tibbon to the team of Within The Frame leaders it is finally the right time. This is an eight-day adventure to a city of great cultural and historical importance. We are going to base ourselves right in the Old City of Jerusalem so that we will have easy access to the Christian, Muslim, Armenian, and Jewish quarters day and night. We’re also going to venture out of Jerusalem to photograph at the Dead Sea, at a baptismal site on the banks of the Jordan River, and at the St. George’s Monastery in the Judea Desert. Gali is not only a brilliant photographer but also a resident of Jerusalem; she knows Jerusalem inside and out. You can see some of Gali’s photographs from Jerusalem by clicking here. Click on the graphic above for all the Jerusalem Within The Frame details.

I haven’t blogged for a few weeks; so I have a bit of catching up to do.

For starters, we added two new exceptional leaders to the Within The Frame team. Mitchell Kanashkevich and Gali Tibbon bring a wealth of photographic talent, travel experience, and cultural depth to Within The Frame. You can read their bios and find links to their websites by clicking here.

Robert Vinet was the winner of the $250 Gift Certificate that we announced with the launch of the Within The Frame website last month. Hopefully, he’ll put that to good use. Jerusalem, Robert? :-)

We also announced an Affiliate Program for Within The Frame. So now you can earn commissions from links on your website, blog, social media posts, tweets, emails, etc. You can find all the details by clicking here.

Lately this blog has mostly been about Within The Frame photographic adventures. I have been working on some other projects—ones about which I’m very excited, but I’m not ready to announce those just yet. In the meantime, however, I want to take this moment to thank all of you for being a part of my own personal and photographic adventure and for taking the time to read this blog.

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