Pictures of life in Jerusalem and the Jerusalem Hills. And since August 2013 also a look at the northern Negev, my new home.
I always like to take the photos of light and shadow. You got a great one here..
I see the lighting on the wall (soemtimes I don't ;) - Great post title and a lovely photo. Have a wonderful week!
What a great window niche! So much more character than an ordinary modern window.
Yes,today is again very sunny! Beautiful picture, Dina.
Oh Dina what a marvellous photo.
its been pouring with rain here dina - i think i prefer it when it is sunny, like at your end
Beautiful (almost) minimalistic photo!
This looks like a great pace to curl up with a book.
Nice to have the sun back after a little snow, I guess. I like the shot very much.
I like the idea of the reverse shadow, I never thought of this...
I can just imagine sitting in this room reading psalms by the light of this window. Divine!Have you heard from Father Adam? He has been noticeably absent lately!JanGDP
Great shot. I love the title too!
Very nice and inviting!
this is beautiful Dina, I have always been transfixed by the writing of light on the wall -it is so simplistic and yet so inclusive of all at the same time.that is a beautiful alcove. Where is it located?pass the popcorn(inside joke)
Beautiful, just beautiful. Briljant shot.
Very fine shadow shot, Dina. I like the rectangles of the sun on the wall (which I imagine thick) of the house.
beautifully simple room and lovely shadow...
I'm wondering how old these beautiful walls are in this ancient city...great shot!!!
No need for any wall decorations here---just some sun outside! Very nice shadow shot.
That is a beautiful photo. I love the lines of the walls and window, and the shadow accents them wonderfully.
I like the simplicity of this shot...the simple lines and colors. Very nice. We had sun today too.
Great shot, and not only of the reverse shadows, but the view through the window.
A very nice shot!Elegant and simple. Beautiful composition and light.
Shalom to you all and thanks for sharing your impressions of the window.VP, I was trying to decide if this qualifies as a shadow, so I just made up the term "reverse shadow." It seems to work. :)Jan, Father Adam is back on the blog today. Yay! There is nothing quite like Monastery Daily Photo.Crederae, it is a secret place. (Sorry.)Pietro, yes, very thick stone walls, ala 12th century.Sweet Repose, medieval. But these walls are far from the city.Wishing you all sun and simplicity!
It looks like a window in a convent, because of the white and bare walls. So simple and peaceful.
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