Day 3, Saturday, was a chill day. Because it was Shabbat, our bus wasn’t going anywhere. But because we were in Eilat (אֵילַת), a resort town, everything was open. Eilat is a resort town located at the southernmost point of Israel and on the Red Sea. As we arrived in the city, the row of resort-style hotels reminded me of Atlantic City. Saturday was our only sleep-in day, with no set time to be awake. Simon, Noah, Walker, Jacob, and I wandered along the boardwalk the follows the shoreline. Others in the group stayed near the sand and water, some even brave enough to endure the cold water (5 minutes of cold water in the Dead Sea was good enough for me). The group split up for dinner, but all got back together for a few hours at a nearby club. We took over.
You may notice something different about this collection of photos: they all have a similar style. One of my best friends from school asked if I’d photograph his wedding celebration in August. I’ve noticed that most wedding photography blogs tend to have a consistent style across a given set of photos, so I’m going to try to do the same, experimental with different styles as I go along. Let me know what you think.