Welcome to JPiX, the Jewish Photo Bloggers Carnival. Hope you will enjoy the tour of Jewish-inspired photos from around the world. Today we are visiting Israel, Washington DC, Crimea, Scotland and London. If you like an image, please visit the post and leave a comment for the photographer. Comments welcome on this post as well, of course.
Lorri of jewaicious shares two: explanations below the photos
My submission was in relation to International Holocaust Remembrance Day, January 27, 2012. It includes a photograph I took of a Holy Ark, inside Congregation Mickve Israel Synagogue, in Savannah, Georgia. It also includes a photograph of the welcome memorial to Silale, Lithuania (where some of my ancestors once lived), and includes a photograph I created regarding WWII, and a photograph of the WWII Memorial in Washington DC.
I visited cousins in Glasgow in 2008, and took the photographs of the exterior of Garnet Hill Synagogue, in Glasgow, Scotland when we went to the synagogue. I loved the beautiful architectural design.
Hannah’s Nook: The Jewish Museum in London
If you want to submit to a future edition of JPiX Jewish Photo Bloggers Carnival, the form is on the JPiX page. The next edition will probably be in December 2013. If anyone would like to volunteer to host (a brave proposition because you need to be good with a photo editor), you can let me know by comment or by the JPiX form.
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