“A single sunbeam is enough to drive away many shadows.” – Francis of Assisi _ Stunning sunbeam shining through the dome of the Church of the Holy Seplechure in Jerusalem. _ The structure at the bottom of the shot is the shrine built around the tomb believed to be where Jesus was laid after dying on the cross. _ Millions of pilgrims visit this sacred location every year. Originally built in 335 AD, it was demolished in 1009 AD and rebuilt in 1048 AD. _ While in Israel I used my @tepwireless Internet hotspot. Check out the full review on travelwithbender.com. _ #awesome_earthpix #gorgeous_shot

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“A single sunbeam is enough to drive away many shadows.” – Francis of Assisi _ Stunning sunbeam shining through the dome of the Church of the Holy Seplechure in Jerusalem. _ The structure at the bottom of the shot is the shrine built around the tomb believed to be where Jesus was laid after dying on the cross. _ Millions of pilgrims visit this sacred location every year. Originally built in 335 AD, it was demolished in 1009 AD and rebuilt in 1048 AD. _ While in Israel I used my @tepwireless Internet hotspot. Check out the full review on travelwithbender.com. _ #awesome_earthpix #gorgeous_shot

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