Making Your Mouth Water from Jerusalem 11

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I don’t do much food photography. Photos of wonderful tasting dishes just don’t do much for me as a photographer. That isn’t to say there aren’t some amazing food photography out there for you to enjoy.

Two of my closest friends are some of the best food photographers I know, Ayngelina of Bacon is Magic (here is a link to one in herΒ Food Fridays series) and Akila of The Road Forks.

jerusalem food market

That being said, I do love markets. Previously, I’ve done a post on the spices of the massive Damascus souk and also in Vietnam and also the markets in Chiang Mai. So, in that vein, here are some shots I took in a Jerusalem food market a few months ago. Whether you are eating traditional Israeli food or something more regional, it is a great place to eat.

I am experimenting with some focus/depth of field methods with these lens and have also edited for different sizes and shapes in the final cuts. Am always open for your feedback on what works and what doesn’t.

A couple other quick reminders:

  • I am still looking for questions from readers for my newsletter that runs at the beginning of the month. Go to my Facebook Fan Page and post any questions you have for me there or email me.
  • And I am starting to get very active on Pinterest, like I mentioned here once before. If you are on Pinterest, here is the link to my profile, so you can follow me. If you aren’t on, but want the be, just drop me a note and I will get you an invitation.

Thanks for all the help and support recently. It has been appreciated as I deal with my first winter in years. I have come to think this weather has got me down a bit and as a result… no more winter for me.

eggs close up in jerusalem market


food market jerusalem


fruit seller on winter day


dried oranges and nuts at jerusalem market


dried oranges raisins jerusalem market

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About Michael Hodson

I’m an attorney that took off on my birthday in December of 2008 to circumnavigate the globe without ever getting on an airplane. After 16 months, 6 continents and 44 countries, I made it all the way back home. Right now, I am back on the road writing about it all.

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