The image in today's entry was captured in Caesarea (Hebrew: קיסריה), which I visited today. It is located about halfway between Tel Aviv and Haifa. More about the city's history in a later post.
Regarding this entry: there is a really neat outcropping of rock in Caesaria. Here, the Mediterranean waters pound the rock daily, and one can notice where the rock has been eroded away by water. I decided to photograph a few of the massive waves which were over the Mediterranean that afternoon (a storm was coming). I crept closer and closer to the edge of the rock to get the shot. This is the third and final entry in the sequence of three shots I captured of a massive wave hitting the rock. Less than half a second after capturing this image, the remnants of this wave soaked me and my camera. I quickly staggered back, took a few minutes to dry off my camera, and then proceeded to photograph more of the amazing landscape surrounding me.
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