Aside from Greece, I have been very blessed to have traveled to other amazing countries. Take a look at some of my projects from Boston and beyond.
Overlooking a graveyard in Tzvat, Israel, also know as the mystic city or the city of Kabbalah.
A perfect beach day in costal and historical Cesarea, Israel. The background is actually the remnants of when Romans lived in this land, ruling over the Israelites.
Sand has nothing on the feeling of shells beneath your feet.
The many flavors of halvah sold in Ben Yehuda market in Jerusalem.
The graffitti in Tel Aviv covers most alley walls. The yellow popsicle has the tag “ARTIK” the Hebrew word for the cold treat.
Don’t let this picture fool you. The way from the land to the sea is less of a stroll and more of an hour-long hike down to the Mediterranean, but well worth it.
One of the last surviving Jewish graveyards in Lodz, Poland
The enterance to Majdanek concentration camp
One of the many gas chambers used in death camps
A statue in the Plaszow concentration camp in Krakow, Poland
The beautiful city of Krakow, Poland
In the rural city of Myralaguda, India
One of many fabric shops in Hyderabad, India
A beautiful and neon colored temple on the side of a dirt road
Chalk drawings to welcome in the Gods and the chickens, too
After getting my hair braided and flowered for a birthday party celebration
A bangle shop in Delhi, India
Conducting interviews using what we could find around the house
Exploring my friend’s uncle’s farm and finding weird new veggies
The Taj Mahal
Taj Mahal in Agra, India
The Taj Mahal, in Agra, India
All dressed up for a traditional Indian wedding in Delhi, India
Beware of mines!
An Israeli soldier looking over the city of Tzvat
The Bahai Gardens in Haifa
The Bahai Gardens
A man in Jerusalem feeding the friendly pigeons
Almost nothing grows in the desert…
Representing my university on top of Masada
Looking over at Egypt from Israel
Even in Israel, there are Christmas trees