Spent even MORE time in The Church of the Holy Sepulchre- the photo is of the stone where Jesus was cleaned after he was crucified. Upwards a few stairs from here is where Jesus was crucified. I also saw where his tomb is but the line for that was the longest one there and I really wanted other people who are more connected to Jesus to have their time! As incredible as The Western Wall is, it is not a place I can go back to.. I went once on this trip and I don't see myself visiting there again until I am at a different place in my life. Christian Quarter is just so GORGEOUS AND AMAZING! Every day I've spent in Jerusalem I've gone to explore it more and more, the history there is amazing and the buildings/sculptures/art there makes me breathless.. I am thankful to those there for making me feel welcome, our history stems from the same place after all. ✝️🐫🇮🇱 #TheChurchOfTheHolySepulchre#HolyLand#Jerusalem#OldCity
“Derealization” by Joshua Hershman @hershmanglass is featured in Transparency: An LGBTQ+ Glass Art Exhibition on display through 8/6. This unique piece is a combination of photography and glass art. Hershman first created a camera from cast glass that functions like a pin-hole camera to create the distorted, ghostly photos. The photos are then digitally scanned onto enamel decals and fired onto white sheets of glass. This nontraditional process results in an unusual and captivating piece that combines the best of different art forms.
💭 My last day in London consisted of: 🍔burgers at an amazing lunch place 📚book shopping for a perfect plane read (#gut ) 🗺light sight seeing 💬 speaking at my alma mater 🌤 partially cloudy because London 🔮 talking about the future with @smittmyriam 👋🏼 saying goodbye but texting hours later. A perfect reunion