One of the gates at Bahjí
The Pilgrim House at Bahjí
The Shrine of Bahá’u’lláh in the gardens at Bahjí
On the balcony of the Mansion of Bahjí
In the gardens by the Bahjí Visitors Centre
Seawall and rooftops of ‘Akká
Prison, rooftops and seawall of ‘Akká
Sunset seen from the beach in ‘Akká
Lights of Haifa seen from the beach in ‘Akká – showing the Terraces as a strip of light going from mountain top to the sea.
Nighttime view of Haifa from the beach at ‘Akká
One of my last walks in the Baha’i Gardens in Haifa.
Flowering Poinciana tree in the Baha’i Gardens.
Looking toward the Pilgrim House in the Baha’i Gardens
Cycads and impatiens in the Baha’i Gardens
Closeup of one of the decorative urns in the Baha’i Gardens
View from the east of the Shrine in the Baha’i Gardens
Detail of the entry gate to the Baha’i Gardens
Cactus Garden in entry court of the Baha’i Gardens
Sunset behind the Shrine in the Baha’i Gardens – Haifa, Israel.
Cactus – succulents – roses – plumeria
On the path at the Shrine of the Báb . . . .
Blossom sprinkled path
Standing on a path next to the Shrine of the Báb looking out to sea.
View from the garden around the Shrine of the Báb looking out to sea.
This view shows part of the west side arcade of the Shrine of the Báb.
West side of the Shrine of the Báb
Looking down into the garden from behind the Shrine of the Báb with Ben Gurion Avenue stretching out below to the Port of Haifa on the Mediterranean Sea.
Taken at the Shrine of the Báb just before 7 pm. The sun had gone down behind Mt. Carmel, but a pink glow was still moving across the clouds, and light reflected off of the gold roof tiles and gilded wrought iron railings. This view is of the Shrine seen through the branches of a jacaranda tree entwined with bougainvillea.
Shrine of the Báb
Walked out behind the Mansion into the unfinished sections of the garden to find these glowing morning sunlight views of the east side of the building.
Early Morning Glow on the Mansion of Bahjí – 3 December 2011