Here we go again...another challenge for You to fine-tune, improve, make into a piece of art, enjoy Yourselves with! In April of this year, we (family of 4, including two 16-year old girls) had the opportunity to visit Jordan. Took the usual 1-week circuit of Jordan, Jerash, Mount Nebo, Kerak , Petra and Wadi Rum, including the private car-cum private driver. One of the better holidays we spent! Everybody friendly and helpful, English everywhere understood and talked, good food, not too pushy in trying to sell superfluous trinkets. Completely safe, no local threat of ISIS, Jordanian people feel "safe and at home". Tourism is 1/4 of its usual level, meaning less tourists, enough space in the hotels, restaurants and touristic sites. In any case, if You want to visit Jordan, take at least 2 full days to visit its main attraction, Petra, understandably one of the "wonders of the world". The picture I'm giving You to work on, is taken in Petra, first climbing to the "High Place" (about 650 marches) and afterwards descending towards Wadi Farasa and the Collonade. When descending the mountain, You meet several Nabatean ruins, including the complex named "House of the Roman Soldier" and "Triclinium" in front of it. This picture was taken looking from Triclinium towards the House of Roman Soldier. RAW: https://www.dropbox.com/s/8ku8jybwdilveov/P4163783.ORF?dl=0 JPG: https://www.dropbox.com/s/34v3ch6uokffx9j/P4163783.jpg?dl=0 I will close this challenge on Thursday 06/25th.