[Through the Lens] A Glimpse of Haifa

Haifa is the third largest city in Israel and it is home to the Baha’i World Centre.

It is only once you start walking around the city and spending that you begin to find precious moments that you may not have discovered while there on a brief and rushed visit.

Below are some photos reflecting those moments.


The sunlight is peaking through a whole in the leaves of a tree (in Haifa)
The sunlight was peaking through the leaves of a cluster of trees one morning. It was magical!
A glimpse of the Shrine of the Bab (in Haifa) at sunrise.
A glimpse of the Shrine of the Bab moments after sunrise.
Overlooking the city of Haifa at dawn before the sun rises.
Overlooking the city of Haifa at dawn before the sun rises.
Taking a walk by Bat Galim beach (in Haifa), the waves crashing in the distance.
Taking a walk by Bat Galim beach – the waves were crashing in the distance, while the wind caressed my cheeks.
Walking through the Wadi Nisnas outdoor market (in Haifa) - looking at what fresh produce there might be
Walking through the Wadi Nisnas outdoor market in Haifa – looking at what fresh produce I might want to buy to enjoy that evening.
Walking down the terraces of the Baha'i Gardens (in Haifa) - overlooking Ben Gurion road and the sea.
Walking down the terraces of the Baha’i Gardens on a lovely afternoon.
Taking a much-needed break in Haifa by the sea on a hot, sunny day.
Taking a much-needed break by the sea on a hot, sunny day.
Looking up towards the Shrine of the Bab (in Haifa), centered between the 19 terraces of the Baha'i Gardens.
Looking up towards the Shrine of the Bab, centered between the 19 terraces of the Baha’i Gardens.

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