Thanks to Israel's strong sunlight, we have many crisp shadows.
Here are two stair-y shadows for Shadow Shot Sunday.
At the Israel Museum, the little inner courtyard next to the Shrine of the Book (of Dead Sea scrolls fame).
Franciscan monastery "St. John BaHarim" (Hebrew for "in the hills") in Ein Kerem.
The sign next to the door says "Byzantine tombs used as olive press and warehouse during Early Arab Period."
Someday I'll have to find the monk who has the key to all these antiquities places that are under lock and key and beg to see them.