View east, looking toward Mount Tabor (upper left), Jezreel Valley (center), and Mount Moreh (upper right). The photo was taken from Mount Precipice on the Nazareth southern rim.
View north: South side of Mount Tabor from the fields in the next three photos.
View north, looking toward Nazareth and Mount Precipice (upper left), the Jezreel Valley (center), and Mount Tabor (upper right). The photo was taken from the hill above the modern Arab town of Nein, or biblical Nain where Jesus raised the widow’s son from the dead (see Luke 7:11-17 KJV, NASB, NIV, ESV).
View southwest, looking out over the Jezreel Valley from Mount Tabor with Mount Moreh (slope, top left), Mount Carmel (background right), and Nazareth (top right).
View east, looking toward Mount Tabor (top right) from Mount Precipice on the southern Nazareth rim. See Roberts painting in the next picture.
View east: Mount Tabor by David Roberts in 1839. Compare Robert’s painting with the previous photo. It appears he might have been painting from approximately the same location. In the photo, the eastern rim of the Nazareth hills is visible behind the trees (upper left). Compare it with the same spot on the painting.
View south, looking toward Mount Tabor (top center) from the Horns of Hattin.
View south, looking toward Mount Tabor (center left) from the field below the Horns of Hattin.
View west: This photo was taken from the top of Mount Tabor, looking toward Nazareth. Mount Precipice is also visible (center left).
View south: This photo was taken from the south-side steps of the Franciscan church, looking toward Mount Moreh (top center) and Mount Gilboa (top left).