Friday, June 18, 2010

A "paned" look inside the walls

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For James' "Weekend Reflections"--part of the garden of the Sisters of Zion reflected in some waiting window panes.
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Inside Ein Kerem's big walled monastery, Notre Dame de Sion, are many lovingly-tended gardens and orchards.

A peaceful quiet place much prayed in.
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13 comments:

JM said...

Great find for the reflection theme.

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello Dina,
This garden looks a peaceful place for many kind of reflections.Beautiful post!
Happy weekend
Luna - We love Luna and mommy Léia from Bonjour Luxembourg

mi said...

The simplicity of the reflection photo invites viewer reflection. Thank you.

Lew said...

A beautiful spot for reflecting on the meaning of life and ourplace in this world!

Regina said...

Beautiful reflections.
Happy weekend.

Hood Photo Blog said...

Thank you for your kind comments on Skywatch Friday about my host photo. I appreciate it! Have a good weekend :)

Hood Photo Blog

Eki said...

Walled ancient gardens like this always fascinate me!

Nice photos, Dina.

Hels said...

Trees are precious everywhere, but even more so in a hot, dry climate and rocky grounds to plant in. The photo looks green and shady.

Hilda said...

The beautiful garden and stone walls would make a perfect place for prayer and reflection.

Kay said...

Nicely done, Dina. It really does look like a peaceful, reflective place.

VP said...

An unusual reflection interestingly out of place.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Reflecting on a place for reflecting. Just lovely.

Jan
GDP

Serendipity said...

That looks like a beautiful place