The Dead Sea, also known by other names, is a salt lake bordered by Jordan to the east and Israel west. It lies in the Jordan Rift Valley, and its main tributary is the Jordan River. The lake's surface is 430.5 meters below sea level, making its shores the lowest land-based elevation on Earth.
This place is the most special place for landscape photographers and one of the unique places on Earth.
The Dead Sea shores are constantly changing even on a daily basis, revealing salt and mud textures like taken from another planet.
This is my most frequently visited location for photography in Israel, whenever my friends and I believe the weather is good enough for getting a red sunrise, we wake up early enough, jump in the car, arrive just before dawn to get the perfect composition on time for the epic sunrises this place has to offer.
Surely I will keep publishing photos from this magical place.