A wild steer wondering giving us a once over. There were a lot of wild cows grazing in the park.
Group shot from the opposite bank in ancient ruins of the Katsrin Talmudic Park.
Breathtaking view from the exit of the Yad Vashem, Halocaust Museum. A welcome view after a very emotional and mentally straining walk through the museum. This was purposely set from the museum creators as the last image you see when exiting, to show the beauty that Israel has to offer after suffering through difficult times.
The Western Wall. Was a very intense feeling witnessing all these women and their respective ways of worship. The energy was very intense at this holy site.
Sunrise hike to the top of Masada.
Another amazing panorama of the hike to the Masada summit.
Mount Tsfahot. Reaching the top and being able to see the Red Sea between the mountains.
Spending the night with the group in the traditional Bedouin Tent.
Trekking the Negev desert in style, via camel back.
The beauty of the Negev Desert.
Israelis have been known to be described as Cactus fruit, rough and sharp on the outside, but sweet on the inside. Cactus fruit is very important in Israeli culture.
My very first clown fish sighting ever!
A school of anthias surround knob coral in the red sea.
Hamming it up at the Dead Sea, saltiest place on Earth. Covered in Dead Sea mud, widely popular around the world for it's healing properties.