Sunday, June 20, 2010

Jerusalem by night

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Our Calatrava bridge is still quite new and I still find it exciting when our bus passes under it, especially at night.

(And especially when I am in search of bridge shots for Louis la Vache's "Sunday Bridges.")
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From the bus you get a nice view of the "strings" of the Bridge of Strings.
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And even the sidewalk has lights inside it.
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13 comments:

Louis la Vache said...

Aw!
«Louis» appreciates your efforts to find bridges for Sunday Bridges in all-but-bridgeless Jerusalem!

;-D

Louis la Vache said...

Dina, «Louis» linked it!

Luna Miranda said...

i like the design of this bridge. nice night shots.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Enchanting night shot.

reanaclaire said...

Nice pics.. i never been to Jerusalem, so sacred.. hope i can be able to go one day...


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VP said...

I really like the comment of Luis, even the over expensive Calatrava is blessing in an almost bridgeless city.

Kay said...

Wow! This almost looks like science fiction. What fun!

Cezar and Léia said...

Great shots, looks a modern bridge, huge!
Happy Sunday
Léia

Boom Nisanart said...

I like the way you took a shot from the bus . I love to do it too : )
I like your first shot !

Kaori said...

I really like your photos of this bridge a few weeks ago, but these night shots are wonderful too :D

Magpie said...

I love the shot of the "strings" of the bridge. The couple holding hands and the lights...lovely.

Ebie said...

Thanks for the night tour of Jerusalem's bridge. I have not been there so you gave me a glimpse of your City.

Pietro said...

Charming night views, both interesting.