Even the walk into Petra is gorgeous. You pass through the Siq, or Gorge, which is quite narrow at spots but opens up in others.
This tourist stepped in front of my camera while I was on the ground, turning what would have been just another low-angle shot of the Treasury into something unique.
Similarly, this random guy in a white thawb gives the Great Tomb
some much-needed scale.
Looking back past one of the many groups of riding camels towards the Great Tomb.
Standing before the Monastery, at the top of "900 steps" carved into the sandstone.
Carey and Smena 8M and tombs.
The Monastery. The city on the hill in the background is where the Bedouins, forced out of their Petra caves when the site achieved UNESCO status in 1985, relocated to.