Ardjan's Eye

This blog is about my hobby - photography.
I invite you to join me and look with me through my lens.
Feel free to leave your comment.

Saturday, January 26, 2008


I'm always very fascinated by fire and its power. I can look, or better said, stare at it for hours. So, every time the children have their yearly campfire at Lag Ba Omer (wich is a jewish holiday) I'm always the first in line to help them collect woods, building the campfire and afcourse sit close to it being 'hipnotised' by the the power of fire, while the potatos are being cooked in the fire.
If you look for an hour at it, there won't be even one second the same picture. Here are some pictures of last years campfire. Unnecessary to say that this year again they had the highest and biggest campfire on the site :)

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Wild life

Now here is a picture of a chameleon I met in the garden of a customer. He just passed by and in the gras I hardly noticed him and almost stept on him. On the white stones his colours couldn't change to much, so I was able to capture him with the camera on my cellphone.

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Wild flowers

Here are some flowers again from different trips and one from our balcony. The one from the balcony is a bit over lighted, cause I took it in fool sunshine. Personaly I like the puple one with the fade effect, the most.

Monday, January 7, 2008


Today I'd like to take you into the Jewish quarter of the old city of Jerusalem.
I went there last summer on a school trip with the children. I was an amazing trip. We saw a lot of history of the old city, also places where you usually don't come as a tourist (thanks to the connections of our guide). Enjoy.

Thursday, January 3, 2008

Trip to banias

This weekend my mother is coming to visit us again and that reminds me of the last time she was here, we made a wonder full trip with my brother and all the kids. It was great fun and beautiful. We visited the waterfalls of Banias in the Golan heights. That's one of the things I love here in Israel, the different landscapes on such a small piece of land.The green and wet parts in the north and less than 200 kilometers from there you find yourself in the dry and hot desserts and everything in between that is different as well, amazing