In late 2014 I concluded a two year photography project; the result was a history-photography book that covered major archeological and religious sites of Jordan.
During the duration of the project I visited over 300 locations around the kingdom and took over 15000 photographs. A small percentage of these photographs were documentation of the locations and landscapes I had visited with the intention of forming a personal collection of landscape photographs.
Upon completing the aforementioned project, I returned to my archive and selected a collection of the best photographs with the intention of creating a new project surrounding the diverse Landscapes of Jordan.
The intention of this project was to create a project depicting Jordan’s various Landscapes, using panoramic photo stitching techniques.