Except for the mirror image writing and the little "stars," you would hardly guess that this is a reflection in a store window.
But it is, and it was snapped for James and his group at Weekend Reflections.
The buildings are the FUCHSBERG JERUSALEM CENTER of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.
There is a synagogue, a yeshiva, a learning center, a guest house, a residence hall, and who knows what else.
A Swiss German missionary group built the first building in 1897.
After 1948 the Hebrew University library moved from the Mt. Scopus campus to this building (and also to Terra Santa, right across the street).
In 1972 the Conservative Movement in the U.S. bought the houses and created a compound. But in Israel Conservative Jews prefer to be call Masorati, meaning traditional. They have 50 congregations in Israel.