Photo Challenge: What is Blue?


I haven’t posted a photo challenge in a few months, but if you are a blogger, this is a great way to draw eyeballs to your site.

And what a better blue than the blues I saw in Israel? (If you know me, you know I will not miss an opportunity to show you my pictures or tell you about my latest trip to Israel.

I could have portrayed the impossibly clear blue skies of Jerusalem.

But no, I wanted to take you to the Grottos of Rosh HaNikra, one of the northernmost spots on Israel’s coastline, just on the border of Lebanon.

I hope you enjoy this photo. But even more, I hope you get to visit this very spot someday soon:

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I have been a reporter and public relations professional for over 30 years, specializing in profile features and investigative longform writing. During my career I've profiled WWII Honor Flight Veterans, artists and musicians and have written on topics that range from environmental and gun control issues to Jewish culture. Click around on my writing samples plus read my blog on my personal life raising three kids over 27 years and three cities.

13 responses to “Photo Challenge: What is Blue?”

  1. Jennifer Avventura says :

    Oh, wow! Stunning!

    Like

  2. Nicole Brait says :

    I know I sound ignorant but what is a photo challenge?

    Like

  3. Albadr Nasution says :

    Amazing landscape. I want to got there…

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  4. The Retiring Sort says :

    Wow! Love hw clear the water is!

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  5. ailsapm says :

    Really lovely, I just want to dive into those clear blue waters. xxx Ailsa

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