Background: I lived in Israel for six months, traveling the country and taking pictures between November 6, 2021, and May 1, 2022. The plan is to return November 16, 2022, and do it all again. I will launch the first complete draft of this website by Christmas 2022. It will contain pictures from my 2021-2022 visits to the Holy Land. Until then, I will complete and launch a new page every Tuesday until I am able to include a proper navigation system.
Unique features: BibleLandImages include non-destructive map and photo overlays
to help you learn the land of the Bible. Scripture reference links appear with four Bible translations for your convenience: King James Version (KJV), New American Standard Bible (NASB), New International Version (NIV), and English Standard Version (ESV). All scripture links take you to BibleGateway where you will find many more translation options.
Please Note: Clicking any map or photo brings up an enlarged view. Images range in size from 1000 to 1200 pixels in width. See Photo Usage policy below.
Conclusion: I hope you enjoy Bible Land Images, a free website for anyone who desires to explore the Holy Land in pictures with brief explanations and commentary.
Mounts Arbel and Nitai (landscapes) — Capernaum (biblical site) — Ein Keshatot (ancient synagogue). See more pages under Latest Pages. A new page goes up every Tuesday morning.
(North to South – Landscapes, Sites and Places)
Banias Nature Reserve (Caesarea Philippi) • Mount Hermon (Winter Snow) • Tel Dan (Jordan River Source) • Acco (Mediterranean Sea) • Port of Dor (Mediterranean Sea) • Haifa Bay (Coastline) • Sea of Galilee (Northern Shore) • Mount Tabor (Jezreel Valley) • Tel Megiddo (Mountains of Samaria) • Tel Beit She’an (Harod Valley) • Caesarea (Roman Theater) • Jerusalem (Dome of the Rock) • Judean Wilderness (Near Wadi Qelt) • Jericho (Mount of Temptation) • Masada (Western Approach) • Hebron (Tomb of the Patriarchs) • Tel Beersheba (Patriarch’s Well) • Tel Arad (Temple Holy of Holies) • Nahal Zin • (Ben Gurion’s Gravesite)
Bible Land Stories
BibleLandStories is another website I’ll be launching in the future. It focuses on the biblical narrative using satellite imagery and photographs to help illustrate scripture events and what we can learn from them. On the Capernaum page (BibleLandImages), you will find a link to the Capernaum page on BibleLandStories, which includes a video on the “Bread of Life” discourse that Jesus gave in the synagogue of Capernaum, different photos, scripture links, and more. The two pages on Capernaum complement each other, each with a different focus. I will add new pages to BibleLandStories as I progress with BibleLandImages.
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). If you have questions about this policy, please contact me: Daniel@BibleLandImages.com.