Sunsets, Sunrises and a new watermark

Over the last few months I’ve had a ton of great criticism about my photos.  Most people love them and are jealous of my travels but I do get a few complaints.  Other than my mom telling me to take less pictures of scenery and more of myself the biggest complaint has been my “distracting Read More …

Birthright Israel Outdoors – Waking up in Jerusalem

I woke up absurdly early from some awful jetlag. Luckily the evenings festivities hadn’t left me too hung over so I went out searching for Ari. As a staff member he mentioned going for a jog in the morning and I said yes, provided I wake up on time. When I realized I was up Read More …

Birthright – Israel Outdoors the Arrival

While I was attending Brandeis University, a technically non-denominational school with predominantly Jewish students, most of my friends attended a program called Birthright.  Some even went for a 2nd round and staffed this free all inclusive 10-day trip to Israel.  I knew that I wanted to go but never had a chance to in college. Read More …

The “Lost City” of Petra

There we were, stopped on the side of a highway in the middle of the desert.  Mohammed’s cab wasn’t a fan of the heat any more than we were and apparently it requires water just like us.  Mohammed emptied a 2-liter bottle of water into the engine and off we went.  Before I tell you Read More …