Photo of the Week – Sunset at the Dead Sea

Sunset, a still and silent sea, and desert landscape combine to create a memorable

shot.

The staff of ISRAEL21c all loved this photograph sent in by Roy Katalan of the Dead Sea at sunset.
The color of the sky combined with the stillness of the sea, and the harsh desert
landscape combine to create a beautiful shot that captures some of the unique atmosphere of the Dead Sea.

Katalan was one of the entrants to our Great Outdoors Photo Competition.
We will be featuring some other favorite shots from the competition in the coming weeks.

If you’ve got a photograph you’d like to feature on ISRAEL21c please send it in high resolution to info@israel21c.org. Every week we will choose the best one to feature on our pages.

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About Nicky Blackburn

Editor and Israel Director, Nicky Blackburn has worked extensively as a journalist and editor both in Britain and Israel for a range of national and international publications including The Cambridge Evening News, London News, Travel Weekly, Israel High Tech Investor, and The Times of London. She was the Associate Editor at LINK Israel’s Business and Technology Magazine, and the High-Tech Correspondent for The Jerusalem Post.
  • http://Gnarlodious.com/ Gnarlodious

    Guess I’m a little confused. Wouldn’t that picture have to be taken from the Jordanian side?

  • Henry Meisel

    Very beautiful………………

    I remember the Dead Sea or Sdom as it is called, sadly a few years ago when I visited Israel taking a tour from Jerusalem that the water level was much receding. I was in the Hagannah in 1949 stationed in Ein Chusub Picud Hadarom and would drive a food truck to Sdom. The food was then transported to by boat to Ein Gedy………..then a military lonely outpost only
    accessible that way. Henry Meisel.