I finally got a chance to take a trip to Jerusalem during evening. My wife pushed me to do so, I didn’t want to leave her with all the mess at home, but most things were done, and the kids were halfway in bed, so she insisted – much appreciated. She understands my weird urges.… Continue reading Jerusalem by Night – A Late Evening Photo Walk
Some impressions from and thoughts on the interconnection and relation between the Christian and the Muslim Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem.
Take a walk with me through the streets of the Old City of Jerusalem, and get a sense of history and cultures mixed into an eternal and timeless space.
Recently I had a chance to visit the Old City in Jerusalem. I haven’t been there in months, everything being closed down, us being locked up at home. We finally found some respite, and I was eager to follow up on a meeting with a local priest, for a talk about a photo project I’m… Continue reading Emptied Streets and Hopes for Normalization