Recently I’ve signed up for the Adobe CC photography package and now I enjoy the easiness of editing even my mobile photos in Lightroom on the go. I’m still a little bit concerned about the real profit of having Lr and Ps up to date and cloud connected, but while I can make use of them at least once a week it seems worth it.
It’s curious how Christmas and Hannukah are always close to each other on the calendar, but this year they coincided on the same day.
I just want to wish everyone who reads it a Merry Christmas or Happy Hannukah depending on what you celebrate if you celebrate at all.
“My status is “headless”, and what’s yours?”
All these holidays put me into a very shuffled mode. I’ve almost lost day count and missed my “mobile Tuesday” post;-)
This might be a compensation for this, or just a nice photo of a beautiful effect the clouds had on the sun light.
This week’s photo challenge coincides with the week of Sukkot holiday, and in this respect, it was quite easy to decide what photo to choose.
About two years and a half ago I moved to Israel and since then it’s become my new home. As they say, your home is where your heart is, and it is quite a challenge to find where your heart is in the new country.
Those two years were anything but easy, but recently it started to get a little better. And speaking of the heart, this cozy and almost family like atmosphere of Jewish holidays is what I like the most.
In this shot made last Sunday, you can see a sukkah, a simple shelter that is traditionally built for the holiday with palm tree branches on top. Not everyone builds this at home and a few prefer to spend the whole week eating and sleeping there as the tradition requires, but in many kibbutzim they build a huge sukkah near the dining hall and dine there.
In this particular kibbutz they also prey in the sukkah instead of the synagogue, and this is exactly the moment I captured here. Very homey and very cozy. Local.