Thursday, April 16, 2009

Eyes in the sky

Regular readers might be fed up already with three days of "Mifletset" / Monster posts this week, but this photo was taken specially for today's SkyWatch Friday group.
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Eyes in the sky?
No, it is not some new secret Israeli radar.
It's just a giant slide dedicated to the children of Jerusalem.
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18 comments:

Catherine said...

The Mifleyset is looking at the sky just like other participants to SWF today. Funny angle, Dina.

kjpweb said...

This Golem is quite famous!
Good Skywatch!
Cheers, Klaus

pasadenaadjacent.com said...

I know her work. I actually went to a fabricators shop awhile back in Fallbrook California who was responsible for making the bases/armature for her work.
Come visit...I have a post up about another female artist that I admire (ignore the comments on the post, they lean towards odd)

Photo Cache said...

Nice perspective. Happy skywatching.

B Squared said...

Shalom, Dina.

Gill - That British Woman said...

that's an interesting slide..great photos.

Gill in Canada

Kay said...

Very interesting sculpture, Dina. Happy Skywatch day!

Regina said...

It's a nice post. Hope to visit your place in the near future.

regina said...

Hi Dina. Shalom. Thank you for visiting.. don't know where to send my reply. I like your blog really. I'm learning a lot about Jerusalem.

The boat (Doulos) left already. It's now in Taiwan.

Nazzareno said...

Yours post help me to better comprise a very various truth from that Italian.
Good week end.

mommanator said...

I couldn't imagine what the top pic was!

Arija said...

Nice one Dina, I love the one below withthat amazing campus.

Daryl said...

Funny angle ..

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

This is fun! Love it when the kids slide out of the nose!

Erin said...

what a great slide and enjoyed your post :)

Caprice- said...

I like how you are looking up at it. Thanks for sharing!
Caprice

JM said...

The 1st shot is fantastic!

Babooshka said...

I'm so tempted even virtually to try this out. Fabulous and very different skywatch.