Pictures of life in Jerusalem and the Jerusalem Hills. And since August 2013 also a look at the northern Negev, my new home.
Scene of Everyday life, indeed. So similar to ours in fact. Not in Paris, of course, but in whatever other city outside.A beautiful picture, Dina, as this mother is the only passer-by of the scene. A picture of atmosphere.
That's a great capture, Dina...one just has to embiggen the photo to see it. Fun photo!
like this capture...framed nicely.have a wonderful tuesday.
hi there beautiful Dina, well there is some magic in the air, the air is thick with it.You know Dina I must share with you, in case you haven't noticed I love to use new signatures for meditations and for this one I simply enjoyed the jingle and when I googled it I read jedaen,hills of Israel. well I did that right didn't I? Haha not bad for a gentile wouldn't you say ? ha ha have a great day.shalome love and light.
She is in a hurry for something.I like those big heavy duty shutters also.
Wonderful composition with that arch, and I love the touch of yellow/gold on the roof and tree...and the blue flowers (plumbago?) in the foreground. Thought of you today - we received a gift catalog from Heifer International in the mail today and thanks to your blog, I knew who they are and what they do. I don't remember ever receiving one before.
Surprised to see such a quiet place with so few people! Looks like a great place for a stroll!
Ahhhh... good thing you told us to enlarge the photo. Wonderful capture.
Nice catch, Dina.
Wonderful street and light, Dina.
i like the old-looking neighborhood. is it really an old quarter, Dina?
I love this photo! The texture blends are fantastic, the tones and contrasts are, too.What a wonderful scene of life.
Nice shot, Dina. It was nice surprise when enlarged.
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