So much to see! I went back for a second night of the 2nd annual Festival of Light in Jerusalem's Old City and still didn't see everything.
Please enlarge this one to enjoy the details.
Guards had to hold back the pedestrian traffic for a minute to let this golf cart squeeze through the angled, narrow Zion Gate.
But what light artists Malchi Shem Tov, Asaf Shem Tov, and Amit Fisher were projecting onto the gate transformed it into something much bigger.
They describe it like this:
"Jerusalem is the gate to the whole world. The ultimate terminal in which every passenger feels at home."
Here is the Zion Gate in normal times, with a car maneuvering out of the Old City and into Mt. Zion.
The gate just recently had a cleaning and a restoration. But the shell and bullet holes from the wars were left as a reminder.