Posts Tagged ‘photos’


Northern Israel Photos

   Posted by: Alon   in Blog

I recently took a trip up north and took a few photos I’d like to share. I added them below for you to enjoy!

What you’re seeing is the Betzet Stream, Achziv beach, Rosh Hanikra and the grottoes, Goren park and the Monfort Castle.


Android App Update – Rolling out letters!

   Posted by: Alon   in Blog

Shalom all!

The holidays are over here in the Holy Land, and life gets back to its usual routine.

Just a few days ago I finally got a package in the mail with photos I had sent for printing. I assume it took them some time to arrive since the shop was obviously closed for the holidays and the postal service was taking a break as well. The important thing is that the photos are here now, they are pleasing to the eye, and I can finally start rolling out letters to the dear friends who helped the Android app campaign!


Photos of The Kotel !

Photos of The Kotel !


A select few will also find a charming bracelet from Jerusalem. This is just one of the available bracelets:


Chai Bracelet

Chai Bracelet


These letters are a way of saying thank you to those of you who helped the campaign.

Regarding the app development itself, things are happening in the shadows and I’m very optimistic regarding a Chanukka launch date for the app! Stay tuned!

(want to get a letter and / or a bracelet? leave a comment with your email address – don’t worry nobody else will see it buy me)


Shalom and blessings from the Holy Land!




My trip to Jerusalem by Kutiman [music video]

   Posted by: Alon   in Blog

Shalom all!

Israeli musician Kutiman has recently released a great video clip entitled ‘My trip to Jerusalem’. I watched it quite a few times already, and I’m sure you will too. It has a great rhythm combined with compelling photographs. Here it is, enjoy:

For more Kutiman, here’s his YouTube channel.

Thank you @UdiRub for the referral.


Pictures from the Holy Land: The Golan Heights

   Posted by: Alon   in Blog

Hello everyone!

I know how much you like seeing pictures from the Holy Land (here’s our Gallery), so I when I saw the beautiful pictures my friend Anastasia took in the Golan Heights, I jumped at the chance to bring you some landscape magic. Here are the pictures (beautiful, aren’t they?), and my many thanks to Anastasia: (click on a photo to enlarge)

I hope you enjoyed these photos :).

Blessings from the Holy Land,




Get Printed Photos From Jerusalem

   Posted by: Alon   in reading list unpublished

Shalom All!

I have already published a few blog posts on this website with pictures of my trips to Jerusalem, that were always a big success with you. These photos (here) got over a 100 comments, countless tweets and dozens of emails. Additionally, These photos (here) also got that much attention.

You said the pictures bring tears to your eyes. That made me a very happy man.

A lot of people have emailed me and asked me to send them printed photos. Some inquired how they can buy copies of the photos. However, I don’t feel right selling pictures that I’m willing to give for free for your enjoyment. On the other hand, as you know printing pictures and sending international letters can get quite expensive, especially if you send dozens at a time. I’m sure you know money is tight for me and I really can’t afford to send so many international letters right now.

A few days ago I got an idea, which I want to try out with you all. I thought to myself – what if I send printed photos to people who donate money to this cause? That way you could get printed photos, and I could get some desperately needed donations.

So here’s what I’m offering, and please let me know what you think: Anyone who donates $10 or more, will get a real letter in the mail with real printed photos. After subtracting the costs of sending you letters, I will still have a few dollars left over.

So how is it going to work? First, click on this orange button to donate via PayPal :

After you donate, I’ll have your contact details. I’ll email you to verify the address you want the letter to be sent to. I also think you can add your own text in a custom field there, so you could write all the necessary details.

For any questions, comments or suggestions, you can always email me to: .

What do you think?

Yours with love from the Holy Land 🙂

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