A few of the many bathers who make their way to the Dead Sea for its curative properties float on the Israel side of the sea. The land visible across the water is Jordan. The Dead Sea is so full of minerals and clay that you're able to float in it with little effort. But it's very painful if you inadvertently get the water in your eyes. When I was there, a lifeguard in this area was equipped with fresh bottled water to pour into the eyes of those of anyone who accidentally splashed sea water in them.
In September I was invited by America's Voices in Israel to visit the country with a group of Latino journalists. We were there to learn a bit about the country and the people who live there. It was such a whirlwind trip that sometimes I managed only to capture a frame or two of what I saw around me. I'll be sharing some of the photos here, and if you're interested in licensing for your use, please contact me.
This particular photo I made after exiting i24news TV studios in Jaffa. The sun had set so the street lights had come on, but it wasn't quite dark yet, making for an interesting mix of light on the street.