If you plan to visit Israel, this site will help you prepare. It should also help anyone who wants to know what the land looks like today. The site is free, so take your time. Explore the Holy Land in all its splendor and beauty.
Click any photo on the site to get an enlarged view. For example, try clicking the thumbnail photos on this page. Click here to download one or more of the sliding photos above. See the “Legend” page for photo-size details.
Phase 1: Finish the photography, putting up new pages as fast as possible.
Phase 2: Add extensive notes on sites, places, and regions. The notes will include history, geography, archaeology, and Bible studies.
Bible Land Images uses non-destructive map and photo overlays to help you learn the land of the Bible. The map and photo below are from the Capernaum page. Click the images to display an enlarged view. Click “Toggle Overlay” to show or hide the overlay. It disappears if you resize your screen to adjust for the change. Click “Toggle Overlay” again to redisplay.
All 3x2 photos are 1000 pixels wide. Maps and panoramic views are at least 1200 pixesl wide (some are more). See Photo Usage Policy below.
Bible Land Images uses videos, including aerial videos that show a site or place in the context of its surroundings. This is a great way to learn the land of the Bible.
You may download photos free of charge for non-commercial, educational purposes: home, church, synagogue, or school. You must, however, give proper attribution on or below each image to either BibleLandImages.com or BibleLandStories.org (as the case may be). The photos may not be used on other internet sites.
By downloading a photo, you agree to this policy. If you have questions about it or need a commercial license, please contact me via email: Daniel@BibleLandImages.com.