A shepherdess herds her sheep back to the barn at sundown near Al Kashef village, Jordan.
No matter how busy you are, there is something about Spring that forces you to take some time off, pick your camera and go out to shoot.
I took these photos last week while driving on the outskirts of Amman. I do not know the kinds of most of the trees, but I can tell that the photos of white blossoms with green leaves are of an almond tree.
Friday, October 5, was the day for “Saving the Country” protest (جمعة انقاذ الوطن) which took place in downtown Amman, and was organized by the Muslim Brotherhood. Estimations for the number of protestors ranged between 3,000, according to state media, and 80,000 according to MB. I personally estimate the number to be between 20,000 – 30,000. To my knowledge, this is the largest protest since the beginning of opposition protests last year.
Personally, I had my own reservations and objections regarding participating in this specific protest. So I decided to go and try to do some photojournalism instead.
A short film of my trip of Palestine. I took around 3,500 photos during the trip, many of which are shown in this film. Still photos will follow soon.