Monday, March 1, 2010

Passageway into Theme Day

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The Supreme Court Building in Jerusalem has some great passageways.
Ironically, the sign in this one says "Ein ma'avar," meaning NO PASSAGE.
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Instead, tourist groups are guided through this passageway.
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March 1 is our Theme Day at City Daily Photo Blog, now with 1,170 members and still growing.
There will be passageways from all over the world.
Click here to view thumbnails for all participants
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27 comments:

Ann said...

Very effective passageway shot, even though you can't go down there.

J Bar said...

Excellent passageway shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Small City Scenes said...

Very beautiful. Perfect for 'passageway'. MB

Jew Wishes said...

Excellent shots, and I like the depth you present us in the first photo.

Jacob said...

Wonderful theme day photos of a place I've never seen before!

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Very effective passageway shot with all those doors. It reminds me of the old television series "Get Smart" with Maxwell Smart walking down the corridor through all the doors which closed just after he passed them.
Cheers.
Melbourne Daily Photo

CafebyJW said...

Passageway without Passing? Interesting one.

Gallow said...

These passage ways are great!! Nice capture.

JM said...

I agree with Ann: really effective! Great entry.

Petrea said...

Nice! This building (I'm catching up today) has given you many interesting posts, and given me much interesting reading. Funny that the sign says "no passage."

Julie said...

It gives a tremendous perspective, Dina. I like the light/shadow interplay. Terrific choice. Love the irony of the sign.

Kim said...

Dina, that graphic quality pulled me right in from the thumbnail! I love that top shot,and the 2nd is very nice as well. Great take for our theme day!
-Kim

Pietro said...

Both nice passageways: the round and the square one. Thrilling perspectives!

spacedlaw said...

Wonderful passageways!

Kay said...

These are really incredible photos, Dina! What an amazing place!

Hilda said...

I love that you featured both rectangular and arched passages! Wonderful patterns they make!

Bergson said...

i prefer the first
so graphic

Jilly said...

Oh yes, two great shots. Beautiful passageways, one with rounded archways and one not. What super architecture and well captured.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

gorgeous image and nice to learn where it was taken. great choice for theme day

moneythoughts said...

Great photo of a passage way. Enjoy your photos.

Louis la Vache said...

The passageway meme worked nicely into the tour you've been giving us of this remarkable building.

Jørgen Carlsen said...

I find the photos very illustrative for the Passageway-theme. Beautiful photos.

cieldequimper said...

These passages, corridors, whatever remind me of a cloister. Very nice!

Chuck Pefley said...

Ah, Dina, I was beginning to wonder if anybody would do an interior passageway like this. Very well chosen!

To answer you question about photos onboard planes ... I'm not aware of any laws forbidding this ... however I have run into individuals with some small sense of power over their passengers who strongly suggest putting your camera away. And of course, I'm always compliant! Hah!

Buck said...

Very nice realisation of the theme!

Leif Hagen said...

I love your combination of square and rounded archways in your passageway photos for theme day!
Great theme day photos!

susieofarabia said...

I love shots like this! They seem to go on forever...