241 Photos - Apr 15, 2012
Photo: A view of the groupunder Corona Arch, during the Adventure Rabbi Passover Seder in Moab, Utah.Photo: Aonther long exposure shot.  I saw that someone was inside the tent with a flashlight, and mangaged to balance the bright light there, with the stars in a 6 second exposure @ ISO 8,000, f/8, 17 mm, Canon 5D Mark III.Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: This is one of my favorite shots of the event.  The group of people are hking on what looks like a land bridge across a chasm, on the way over to Corona Arch during the Adventure Rabbi Passover in Moab Seder.Photo: The full moon rises through a slot in the canyon over Moab, Utah during the Adventure Rabbi Passover Retreat.Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Rabbi Jamie Korngold, scrolls the Torah after the reading of the story of the Exodus, under Corona Arch.Photo: Roasting marshmellows over the fire.Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Noah - leading his group.Photo: Roasting marshmellows over the fire in Moab Utah at the Gold Bar campground.Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Jamie - raising the kiddish cupPhoto: The full moon over Moab, Utah during the Adventure Rabbi Passover Retreat.Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Photo: The full moon rises through a slot in the canyon over Moab, Utah during the Adventure Rabbi Passover Retreat.Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Photo: Havdallah around the campfire.Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Photo: Roasting marshmellows over the fire in Moab Utah at the Gold Bar campground.Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Jamie - leading the group.Photo: Rabbi Jamie Korngold holds the kiddush cup during Havdallah.Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Photo: Roasting marshmellows over the fire in Moab Utah at the Gold Bar campground.Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: A bar mitzvah student, skipping rocks in the Colorado river.Photo: Strumming on the guitar around the campfire.  This was taken using reflected light from the campfire, at ISO 4000, f/1.4, 1/50 second handheld.Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Photo: The full moon rises through a slot in the canyon over Moab, Utah during the Adventure Rabbi Passover Retreat.Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Photo: A long exposure shot across the Colorado River from the Gold Bar Campground.Photo: Photo: PBS Film Crew for Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Jamie - before the Saturday hike begins.Photo: Another long-exposure image (10 seconds) during the campfire.  Someone was waving a glowstick and caused fun patterns.  The blur of the people is due to the long exposure.  Tech details: Canon 5D Mark III, ISO 8,000, 36 mm, f/8.0, 10 second exposure on a tripod.Photo: Photo: Photo: Jamie at the campground, just before the hike begins on Saturday.Photo: Jamie is interviewed by Matthew Weinstein, reporter for JTAPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Matthew Weinstein, reporter for JTA, conducts an interview in the back of our truck during Passover in Moab.Photo: Photo: Photo: Jamie introducing the Passover Seder to the group, before the Passover hike to Corona Arch in Moab, Utah.Photo: Marshmellows!Photo: Photo: Photo: Debbie, capturing a photo.Photo: Havdallah, with Steve Mertz.Photo: Photo: Photo: Hiking up the trail at Passover in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Fireweed - on the side of the trail.Photo: Marc holding a Havdallah candle.  Shot by candlelight, using a 50 mm f/1.4 lens at ISO 4,000, 1/50 per second.Photo: Photo: Photo: Rabbi Jamie Korngold, teaching the group at a bonus stop, during the Adventure Rabbi Passover in Moab Retreat.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Rabbi Evon Yakar teaches at the lunch stop, during the Adventure Rabbi Passover in Moab, Utah Seder.Photo: Photo: Photo: Rabbi Evon Yakar teaches at the lunch stop, during the Adventure Rabbi Passover in Moab, Utah Seder.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Rabbi Evon Yakar teaches at the lunch stop, during the Adventure Rabbi Passover in Moab, Utah Seder.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The group leaves the lunch rock spot, and begins the rest of the hike to Corona Arch.Photo: Lori watching from the top of the ladder.Photo: Noah and Phoebe pose on the edge of the canyon.Photo: A few people hanging out in the shade, while others are still climbing up the ladder.Photo: A view from far away (about 1/4 mile) of people hiking up the steel cable section.Photo: Two participants hiking up to the Corona Arch during the Adventure Rabbi Passover in Moab retreat.Photo: Debbie, leading a group before the Passover hike begins.Photo: Cantor Rollin Simmons reads the story of the Exodus directly from the unscrolled Torah, under Corona Arch, in Moab, Utah.Photo: Three rabbis and a cantor pose under Corona Arch.Photo: Sadie makes it to the top of the first steep section.Photo: Rabbi David Segal and Cantor Rollin Simmons pose under Corona Arch with their new baby (under wraps).Photo: Rabbi Jamie Korngold makes it to the top of the first steep section, where footholds are carved out of the rock and a steel cable is placed for stability.  Corona Arch is in the background (center top).Photo: Photo: A Bat Mitzvah student makes it to the top of the first steep section, with Corona Arch in the background.Photo: Rabbi Evon Yakar and wife Rachel Yakar, under Corona Arch in Moab, Utah.Photo: At the top of the first steep section.Photo: Jamie and Sadie pose (with Ori on Jamie's back… you can see her legs with purple shoes).Photo: Going up the steel ladder on the second steep section, with Mike and Ann helping people.  Corona Arch is in the background (center, top).Photo: A rare family shot, including Jamie, Ori, Sadie and me, under Corona Arch in Moab, Utah.Photo: Another person makes it to the top of the steel ladder.Photo: A parting view of Corona Arch.Photo: The steel ladder section, with Corona Arch in the background.Photo: Hiking up after the ladder.Photo: The group hiking down.Photo: Photo: Part of the group hangs out, while the others arrive.  Bowtie arch is in the background.Photo: The group waiting for the steel ladder, with Corona Arch in the background (top)Photo: Photo: More of the group arrives to the base of Corona Arch during the Passover in Moab Seder.Photo: The group hiking down the steel cable section.Photo: Photo: A view of the groupunder Corona Arch, during the Adventure Rabbi Passover Seder in Moab, Utah.Photo: And the women, dancing with their timbrels.,...Photo: Ori, wearing her staff shirt at Passover in Moab.Photo: Going down the steel ladder section, child on the back.  Go Julia!Photo: Skipping rocks into the Colorado river at the Gold Bar Campground, Moab, Utah.Photo: Three Rabbis and a Cantor, leading Passover Services under Corona Arch.Photo: Hiking down the steep cable section.Photo: Debbie, lounging at the campground.Photo: Three Rabbis and a Cantor, leading Passover Services under Corona Arch, a big rock face with eyes a nose and a mouth looks down from above.Photo: Greg - going down the steel ladder.Photo: Photo: Our Torah travels in a dry bag, and hangs on a (non-burning) bush.  This Torah has been rad on top of 14,000 foot peaks, at the base of the Grand Canyon, and of course, in Moab, Utah.Photo: Photo: Photo: Miriam's cup: pouring out the precious resource of water, udner Corona Arch.Photo: Photo: Photo: Miriam's cup: pouring out the precious resource of water, udner Corona Arch.Photo: A fun family portrait, in front of Corona Arch.Photo: Jamie begins the Saturday hike with a few rules of the road...Photo: Miriam's cup: pouring out the precious resource of water, udner Corona Arch.Photo: The two boys, handing out on the way down, with Corona Arch in the background.Photo: Part of the group, before the hike begins.Photo: Rabbi Jamie Korngold, scrolls the Torah after the reading of the story of the Exodus, under Corona Arch.Photo: Hiking down the steep cable section, with Corona Arch in the background.Photo: Jamie introducing the Passover Seder to the group, before the Passover hike to Corona Arch in Moab, Utah.Photo: Rabbi Jamie Korngold helps lead the Passover Seder under Corona Arch.Photo: Ori, looking fabulous.Photo: Ori, held by Rabbi Jamie Korngold.Photo: Cantor Rollin Simmons on guitar, under Corona Arch, leading the Passover Seder in Moab, Utah.Photo: Group shot...Photo: Noah, holding the microphone, after the service.Photo: Leading the Passover Seder service.Photo: Ori, running around during the Seder.Photo: Rabbi Jamie Korngold helps lead the Passover Seder under Corona Arch.Photo: A heart shaped reflection on the rock, across the canyon from us.Photo: Sadie watches the Seder service from the shade of a bush.Photo: Miriam's cup: pouring out the precious resource of water, udner Corona Arch.Photo: Cantor Rollin Simmons poses under Corona Arch.Photo: Jamie introducing the Passover Seder to the group, before the Passover hike to Corona Arch in Moab, Utah.Photo: Rabbi Jamie Korngold helps lead the Passover Seder under Corona Arch.Photo: Photo: Cantor Rollin Simmons reads the story of the Exodus directly from the unscrolled Torah, under Corona Arch, in Moab, Utah.Photo: Cantor Rollin Simmons reads the story of the Exodus directly from the unscrolled Torah, under Corona Arch, in Moab, Utah.Photo: Cantor Rollin Simmons reads the story of the Exodus directly from the unscrolled Torah, under Corona Arch, in Moab, Utah.Photo: The hike down the two steep sections.  I took this from across the canyon from about 1/4 mile away.Photo: Hiking down the steep cable section.Photo: Corona Arch in Moab, Utah.Photo: And the women, dancing with their timbrels… under Corona Arch during the  Adventure Rabbi Passover Seder and Retreat in Moab, Utah.Photo: The group stops for lunch, about halfway up to the arch.Photo: Rabbi Evon Yakar at the Adventure Rabbi Passover Seder & Retreat in Moab, Utah.Photo: Students hiking down...Photo: Give me a "C"!Photo: Mike, helping out at the base of the steep section.Photo: Hanging out on the way down.Photo: Part of the group, just before the hike.Photo: Rabbi Evon Yakar at the Adventure Rabbi Passover Seder & Retreat in Moab, Utah.Photo: The group hiking up the start of the trail.  Gold Bar Campground and the Colorado river is in the background.Photo: Rabbi Jamie Korngold, teaching the group at a bonus stop, during the Adventure Rabbi Passover in Moab Retreat.Photo: The group hiking up the start of the trail; Colorado River is in the background.Photo: Rabbi Evon Yakar teaches at the lunch stop, during the Adventure Rabbi Passover in Moab, Utah Seder.Photo: Photo: The group leaves the lunch rock spot, and begins the rest of the hike to Corona Arch.Photo: Debbie makes it up one of the steep sections, where footholds are carved out of the rock and there is a steel cable to hold onto.Photo: The group continues to hike up among the rocks.Photo: Bowtie Arch, on the way to Corona Arch.Photo: Rabbi Jamie Korngold, teaching the group at a bonus stop, during the Adventure Rabbi Passover in Moab Retreat.Photo: The group stops for lunch, about halfway up to the arch.Photo: And the women, dancing with their timbrels… under Corona Arch during the  Adventure Rabbi Passover Seder and Retreat in Moab, Utah.Photo: Passover in Moab - the hike up the trail.Photo: Two girls dancing… under Corona Arch during the  Adventure Rabbi Passover Seder and Retreat in Moab, Utah.Photo: Rabbi Evon Yakar teaches at the lunch stop, during the Adventure Rabbi Passover in Moab, Utah Seder.Photo: Ori and her friend during the Passover Seder and Retreat in Moab, Utah.Photo: Rabbi Evon Yakar teaches at the lunch stop, during the Adventure Rabbi Passover in Moab, Utah Seder.Photo: The group leaves the lunch rock spot, and begins the rest of the hike to Corona Arch.Photo: Sadie with a timbrel.Photo: Noah - leading a group before the hike begins.Photo: A fun self-portrait, using a friend's sunglasses, with Corona Arch also reflected.Photo: Debbie makes it up one of the steep sections, where footholds are carved out of the rock and there is a steel cable to hold onto.Photo: Three rabbis and a cantor pose under Corona Arch.Photo: The group hiking in along the rock.