I shot quite a few photos while in Jordan. To give you some perspective. On a normal week in travel, I shoot about 100-200 photos, sometimes more if there’s wildlife involved. In a week in Jordan, I managed to pull the trigger about 900 times. The truth is, too, that as a travel photographer, I am careful not to pull the shutter unless I think I have something cool through the lens. Obviously, after shooting over 900 pictures of Jordan, I needed to spend a very full day editing the photos. I chopped out the bad ones and edited the best ones, and I was still left with a fair stack of pictures I really like.
And well my camera was active in Jordan, so was I. My memory cards weren’t the only thing getting content on a massive scale. Every turn of every day there was a new adventure in store for us in Jordan. We visited the world wonder of Petra under the stars at night, we rode donkeys up a mountain, we floated in the Dead Sea and went Diving in the Red Sea. It was such a wild week, and I loved every minute of it. Be sure that over the next couple weeks this blog will have plenty of cool travel tales to share with you.
Ok, so on to the photos. These are just a preview of some of the pictures of Jordan. Be sure to read the captions to each image for a bit of a tease on the stories that are to come in the upcoming weeks on this blog. As always, I’d love to hear which of the images are your favourites!