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Two Cities in One.

Two Cities in One.

City of David on left; Old City begins inside the wall.
Yeusefiya Cemetery.

Yeusefiya Cemetery.

Thousands of years of tombs.
Highway to Heaven

Highway to Heaven

Steps Christ took to the Cross.
Beginning of Adult Life vs...

Beginning of Adult Life vs...

Bar Mitzvah procession.
Making a living.

Making a living.

You never know where your life will end up.
Hungry?

Hungry?

One of many open-air cafes to entice the many passers-by.
Night Lights.

Night Lights.

Looking down at Old City our first night there.
Returning from Western Wall.

Returning from Western Wall.

Four Jewish students from Philadelphia on left.
Emblem of Friendship.

Emblem of Friendship.

Will the Embassy move here now?
Golden Gate with Muslim Cemetery in Front.

Golden Gate with Muslim Cemetery in Front.

If you thought Christ's first triumphant entry here was historic...
Almost anything you want to buy.

Almost anything you want to buy.

Typical street scene.
Old and New.

Old and New.

Old hole for shooting arrows - notice nicks from shells from modern wars.
Sacred and Secular.

Sacred and Secular.

Jerusalem is a great mix.
Approach to Flat Iron Building.

Approach to Flat Iron Building.

Streets can be very narrow here.
  • Two Cities in One.
  • Yeusefiya Cemetery.
  • Highway to Heaven
  • Beginning of Adult Life vs...
  • Making a living.
  • Hungry?
  • Night Lights.
  • Returning from Western Wall.
  • Emblem of Friendship.
  • Golden Gate with Muslim Cemetery in Front.
  • Almost anything you want to buy.
  • Old and New.
  • Sacred and Secular.
  • Approach to Flat Iron Building.

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Shots from Jerusalem.

by Fred Brown

Some of the many photos I took in Jerusalem.

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My wife, Lona, and I live in a small town in Idaho. I started back into photography (from film in the 60's) with a used Canon Rebel XT; and my local camera store recommended Tamron lenses for me. That's the way I went, and I'm glad I did. fjbphotos@gmail.com