Took a whole bunch of pictures today at the school Fall Carnival Festival. Since it’s a Christian school, Halloween is not celebrated, but dressing up in costumes is.
These are two of my most interesting shots, with a sprinkle of superpower and a dash of wizardry. 🙂
A view with the Beit Jala security wall behind me.
Notice the sun being poked by the mosque of Aida (Arabic: مخيم عايده) Refugee Camp.
I just happen to be at the right place at the right time!
Six in the morning; a walk back from the gym, greeted by the crescent moon and Venus over Bethlehem.
It’s a great way to start a day, with grueling sets out of the way; knowing that only the brighter hours lie ahead.
We ran, along the valley, chasing our own shadows.
I thought of A Square in the novella, “Flatland.”
He could not convince others to see beyond 2D.
How far can our shadows see?
The long weekend assignment for my Yearbook/Photography students was to replicate either a famous photo/painting or a snapshot of their childhood. These are some of the results, shot with their cellphones. Their creativity do not disappoint. They surprise me; they touch me.