Hitting the Gordon Beach!

//Hitting the Gordon Beach!


If there’s one thing you will always find online if you type in ”things to do in Tel Aviv”, the first top ten things in the list will be to hit the beach! Like I mentioned in my previous post about the beach, you can go there on a hot summer day to tan but even when during winter with a big comfy sweater on!

After three years of not using my Canon Rebel camera, I decided it was time for it to come out of my drawers and to be used again. I’m really happy to see that my shots came out super well and that the beach has never looked any better. On this hot day of August, I wore a simple black T with jean shorts, super simple but I truly think going to the beach means you will be sticky and gross afterwards so I not add accessories and chic layers. Maybe this theory of mine will change over time, who knows.

Hope you all enjoy this not-so quiet place during the summer but if you block out all the sound around you, you will realize how pretty the view you have in front of your eyes is! Oh, and don’t forget to get ice cream, resisting the people walking by and selling them is kind of a hard thing to do, trust me.

What’s your favorite thing to do at the beach ?

Gordon, Tel Aviv


2016-10-28T23:03:29+00:00 August 31st, 2016|Israel|4 Comments


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