For the past two weeks I have been visiting Jordan and Israel. Time and wifi access have limited my ability to blog, but now I’m headed home. Over the next few weeks I will try to share some of my experiences and photographs.
The trip began in Amman, so I’ll start with an image of the Amman Citadel.
We visited downtown Amman, but we also managed to have a drive in the countryside. Before I visited Jordan, I thought it was mostly desert. While this is true in some areas, I am always amazed at the amount of green. This is pretty standard for spring, as a result of the winter rains. We did see signs that perhaps the rain was not quite over yet.
There were signs of growth everywhere.
And of course, where things are growing, you will find goats and sheep.
But probably the thing I like most about Jordan are the sunsets, so that is how I will close this post.
They are beautiful pictures! I’m glad you had a good trip.
We love our visit to Jordan which is a wonderful country with wonderful people. Thanks for the great memories brought by your pictures. (Suzanne)
Thank you. There are many more to come…
Jordan is an amazing country with open and welcoming people. I’m glad the photos are bringing back fond memories.
Thank you. I’m glad you enjoy them.
What a sunset! Glorious.
Thank you. I love many things about Jordan, but the sunsets are pretty near the top of the list.