Here is a satellite image of Israel's two lakes.
The normal level of the Sea of Galilee is 209 meters below sea level. I should have said that in yesterday's post about the shrinking lake. It is in the Great Rift Valley, as is the Dead Sea. The surface of the Sea of Salt, as the Dead Sea is called in Hebrew, is 421 meters below sea level.
This fisherman sits on rocks that were under water last year near Tabgha and the Church of the Multiplication of Fishes and Loaves. We need another miracle now to refill the two lakes!