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I made a simple video using photos and video clips from my 2007 trip to Israel; below the video is the list of sites pictured. The video was created in iMovie. I was really bad at videos when I made this, and didn’t know how to export properly – so it’s awfully blurry!

Photos in the video:

Opening sunset and water soundbed: Sea of Galilee
Israeli flag, boat, and water view: boat ride on the Galilee
White flowers: from Mt of Beatitudes, overlooking Galilee
Two views of a river: Jordan River, site called “Yardenit”
Scripture: plaque at Yardenit
Baptism: Me in the Jordan River!
Rocks and water: Gideon Springs
Video of water: Mediterranean Sea at Caesarea
Tree with blue sky: from Tabgha, overlooking Galilee
Gnarled tree: a 2,000 year old olive tree in the Garden of Gethsemane
Overlook: from Mt of Beatitudes, overlooking Galilee
Pathway: Garden of Gethsemane
Flowers against blue sky: Golan Heights
Flowers in the rocks: at the Garden Tomb
White flowers: Golan Heights
Ancient aqueduct: Caesarea
Mountainous overlook: Galilee view from Golan Heights
Valley overlook: Jezreel Valley from Mt Precipice near Nazareth
Two ocean overlooks: Caesarea, palace ruins
Pathway with benches: Garden Tomb
Rapid views: Church at Gethsemane, Via Dolorosa, carvings at Capernaum, Church at Gethsemane
Two views of steps: at Caiphas’ house (Jesus walked up these)
Via Dolorosa: Way of the Cross where Christ carried His cross to Calvary
Street view: Via Dolorosa
Overview of city of Jerusalem: from Mt Scopus
Rapid views: four views of the valley from Tel Megiddo (Armageddon)
Desert view: Masada
Video pan across valley: from Tel Megiddo
Ray of light: in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Box full of candles: in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Wreath in front of a fire: at Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Memorial
Round stained glass: at St Peter Gallicantu (where Peter denied Jesus)
Votive candles: at St Peter Gallicantu
Stained glass window: at St Peter Gallicantu
Video pan across Jerusalem: from Mt Scopus
“Hole” in the rock: Garden Tomb
Sign: on the door inside the Tomb