The evening sun on the Sea of Galilee, where cool breezes and gentle waves rolled up onto the shore.
Visiting Israel is more than just observing the past, but entering into the history. Here students seemingly walk down the old Roman road that has been painted beside the ruins.
Icons of Jesus and the apostles decorate the walls of this church, illuminated by small candles.
The walls of this 4th century synagogue in Capernaum are decorated with small prayers and words that people have placed in the cracks.
The rich, tumultuous history of Israel still continues. Here a UN officer watches the border with Syria to ensure the safety of those living here, calling in to offer help for the wounded on both sides.
Topics of discussion and learning were heavy, and bus 8 found some comic relief from Shushu the gas station camel, posing at sunset.
Nothing says "Dead Sea" like Russian tourists covered in mud.
Late night grocery shopping in the market, preparing for Shabbat.
Morning at the southern steps of the temple in Jerusalem.
The busy streets of the Muslim Quarter, along the Via Dolorosa.
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is a busy building full of people from all traditions; many talking loudly and others finding peace and solitude in their worship.
Sunlight coming through the olive trees in the Garden of Gethsemane
The ancient city of Jaffa boasts vibrant colors of the Mediterranean and view of the nearby booming city of Tel Aviv.
A symbol which has withstood the test of time.
The hazy sun setting on another day in Jerusalem, over homes of Muslims, Christians, Jews, and all others living together in the city.