Sunday, April 4, 2010

Holiday flowers

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The seventh and last day of Passover is beginning this evening.
Happy Shevi'i shel Pesach to my family and to my Jewish readers and friends.

And happy Easter Sunday and Easter Monday to the Christian friends.
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For you all, some red wildflowers beneath the old grapevine just outside my window.
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Shalom and peace.
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19 comments:

Rob and Mandy said...

To you too!

crederae said...

bonjour chère belle Dina.
C'est magnifique ta photo qui vibre en une explosion de la joie de la célébration.

Merci pour ces messages de Jerusalem -les racines de nos coeurs
JOYEUX SHEVI'ISHEL PESACH
JOYEUSE PAQUES

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shalom.

L. D. Burgus said...

The red flowers are so cheerful sitting among all the green foliage. Thanks for sharing your world from such a special place.

Mª Zélia said...

Ficamos emocionados com as imagens do Santo Sepulcro. Foi um ótimo presente de Páscoa para nós . Este recanto com flores vermelhas está sublime digno de um dia tão especial como este.
Um bom Domingo de Páscoa!!!
Bjs

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

I think if I lived around all of that history, I'd get NOTHING done. I would just look and read and take photos all day!

Jan
GDP

Mary said...

Very nice I like the little splashes of red amongst the green.

Tina Liel said...

Hag Sameach my dear Dina. I also love those red flowers. They are so pretty. I also posted a picture of some a while ago on my blog. There has probably been a lot of action going on in Jerusalem because of Easter. HUGS♥

Louis la Vache said...

Shalom and peace to you, too, Dina!

Lew said...

Beautiful flowers! But I really want to comment on your previous several posts. You have presented some moving and informative words and images of the interaction interactions among the major religions that occupy your land. I am amazed at the structures that have been built to worship the man who walked the roads of Israel long ago. We have all interpreted (and sometimes twisted) the scriptures to our own benefit and in the of "god" inflicted great injustice on others who believe differently. Thanks for your posts like these on the history of a corner of this world so important to us.

Cassie said...

Thank you for the good wishes. Happy Pesach to you Dina!

VP said...

An image so natural and so colorful, I love coquelicots, it's one of my favorite Monets.

Short Poems said...

Beautiful image :)

Enjoy Easter time :D

Marinela x

Abraham said...

Those look like red poppies in your post. One of my favorites. And the bugs around here like them too.

moneythoughts said...

I too love the photo. The flower looks like a Poppy to me, but then again I can't tell one flower from another.

I got an interesting comment from Cloudio the other day, you should come and read it. : )

Hope you had a sweet Passover.

Jørgen Carlsen said...

Good for the eye...

JM said...

Today I have seen a lot of poppies on my way to the beach, the first this year.

Suzanne said...

Shalom to you dear friend.

Ann Flower said...

Stunning picture of the flowers, will definitely make my day. Keep posting.

Jew Wishes said...

What a lovely photo of the vibrant poppies.