Shalom From Jerusalem by N’zinga M’Bandi

Shalom From Jerusalem by N’zinga M’Bandi

I found myself captivated. Wandering through the wonderful photos of Jerusalem and surrounds by N’zinga M’Bandi. I could see straight away she was capturing it through her heart as well as lens. A gorgeous place, gorgeous landscapes, culture abound in large quantities. I am honoured she has taken time to show and tell some of it here.

From the desk of N’zinga

“The Girls of the Temple Mount” and “The Domes of Temple Mount” – Jerusalem is a land of endless contrasts, where traditions are blended with the contemporary experiences. Even on Holy ground, there’s time and space to watch the world staying and going. I felt my physical presence being minutely observed and commented by two young children. Curiosity at its very best.

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“Textures of Negev”. This is the Desert of Israel and Palestine. A wonder that gets us spellbound for its unique sunset moments and charming nature corners, without mentioning the amazing historical and archeological sites.
Paradise on earth for photographers!

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Light coming from the top of the dome in the Church of the Holy Sepulcre (Jerusalém)

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You can see many more from where these came from on her website.


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3 Responses to "Shalom From Jerusalem by N’zinga M’Bandi"

  1. Ellis Shuman  January 8, 2014 at 14:01

    Wow! I live in Israel, but I have never seen such stunning photos of the Negev!

  2. Jaklien  April 28, 2013 at 10:29

    Wow, these photos are amazing!! Especially the colours of the desert.

  3. Christopher J Chalk  September 22, 2012 at 18:55

    I am an admirer of your work, Nzinga!


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