Wednesday, June 25, 2008

W words of Israel

Water truck delivering water to a house in an Arab village in the Negev. Not yet connected to the national water system.
Explaining the meaning of www in Hebrew to the young Arab pupils in Darajat village school's computer room.
Wind damage during a winter storm in my Jerusalem Hills moshav (village).
Whirling weathervane in the wind in Jerusalem.
Yes Dutch bloggers, Jerusalem has one too!

7 comments:

photowannabe said...

This is the most fascinating series of W pictures. Thank you for the tour of the city through the letter W.

Miss_Yves said...

Wonderful set of "w" photos!
miss Yves

reader Wil said...

Great Dina, so what does it mill? You know we have watermills, flourmills,and papermills. Where I live doesn't grow wheat, so we haven't got any flourmills. We have too much water and it would be great if we could transport it to your country. So we use watermills to keep our feet dry.Thanks for showing this mill!

reader Wil said...

The other photos are also very interesting!

Sara said...

Wow! Your wonderful W posts from Jerusalem have got me feeing wistful and wishing I were there....

But seriously, I'm so glad I found your blog; this is my first visit, thanks to ABC Wednesday. Jerusalem, how I love it. I have added you to my sidebar at Come Away With Me, so I can visit often. Thank you for sharing that beautiful place with us.

Shalom, and Todah Rabah!

Catherine said...

If you made a quizz, posting this mill or one of your special pictures, this new bridge for instance , and asking where you live, nobody would answer. (Just change your Tittle blog before, it would be too easy! ; )

Kris McCracken said...

It would be hard work lugging water around to all of those houses!