In December 2017 we visited the old market (known in Hebrew as a shuk) in Jerusalem called Mahane Yehuda. On a Friday the market is bustling: you can buy fruit, chocolate, wine, baked goods, fish, spices, meat and more! On a Saturday night the place converts into little bars and places to eat. We also […]
Bird diving in near Jerusalem lions fountain; flower pot in Yemin Moshe, Jerusalem; flocks of birds in Hula Valley, Galil; Golan Heights rising up in east near farms in Hula Valley; picnic table in HaKfar HaYarok, the green village for youth; and old city of Jerusalem photos.
January Flowers in Israel – daisies, thistle, thick-leaved vegetation. Locations of photographs include north of Tel Aviv, Hula Valley, Jerusalem and Har Adar, a village on the tallest hill west of Jerusalem.
Gallinule, lapwing, egret, crane, pelican are among birds of Hula Agamon Lake in Northern Galil, Israel.
Cyclamen, anemones, chicory and almond blossoms are all flowers fond in Park Britannia in Israel. From the top of Tel Azeka, one can see for miles.
Street scene in sepia with a Jerusalem light rail train. And lots of people. It’s Thursday night, so many people have finished work for the week.
Jewish holiday season: relationship between Jewish holidays and nature? We sit out in sukkah. We pay attention to the moon – Jewish calendar is lunar.
Photos of Jaffa Street (Rechov Jaffo) in Jerusalem and Moorlyn Theater in Ocean City, New Jersey: dawn (Moorlyn Theater) or towards dusk (Jaffa Street) – capture golden light of those hours
Tel Aviv Museum and Israel Museum: both house Israeli art. Only Tel Aviv Museum has free wifi. Israel Museum shows prehistoric exhibits, Judaica, modern art
The Jerusalem Chords Bridge, part of city’s lightrail system designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. Like ancient David’s harp.