Pictures of life in Jerusalem and the Jerusalem Hills. And since August 2013 also a look at the northern Negev, my new home.
What a funny word. I never knew it was called like that in English. Mind you, I would be hard pressed to think of the Dutch word...
What a interesting and great choice for "W".
Good word for W, Dina! The next few words are more difficult, beginning with X, Y and Z.
with or without - what a difference it makes - we are very windless here at present and it feels hotter than it really is.
Mara's comment is funny! Reader Wil's too, although I'm sure you'll find something creative for X Y and Z. Peace on you, Dina.
W = Woolgathering for me today ;-)Aloha & Shalom my friend DinaComfort Spiral
That's a surprising word. Thanks for showing us.
Great W : ). I haven't seen you in a few weeks and I have missed you!
beautiful DinaIt leads me to think of the winds of fortune, the power displayed in the second photo.shalomlove and light
with or without, it works
The elements colors and angle you chose for these photographs are just right, Dina.Beautiful photos.
Good idea for W: it is difficult to capture the wind on picture.
Fun! You are so creative.Windsock with and without wind...thanks...Sherry
Dina how do they wear them wind socks ......must have big feet and the big toe would stick out
I was just thinking today how leaves feel the sun and heat. Probably like your windsock.Mom used to say the silver or underneath side of maple leaves meant there was going to be some rain fall. And it almost always happened that way.I was taking some photos of my green ash tree -- a volunteer I almost dug out several times -- and was wondering how the leaves can stand up under this blazing sun?
Windsock - perfect!
I saw a windsock just like this yesterday and thought of you. I saw your photo in my sidebar but hadn't been able to comment yet.
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