Friday, April 15, 2011

Seeing Jerusalem from both sides

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For Weekend Reflections here is old and new Jerusalem reflected in a window on the Mount of Olives.
If you enlarge the photo you can see three arches which are inside the church. It would be fun if they were strange rainbows in the sky instead . . . .
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Here is the same window as seen from inside the church of Dominus Flevit, another of architect Antonio Barluzzi's unique creations.
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12 comments:

'Tsuki said...

Joli panorama ! Ça fait bizarre de voir le dôme du rocher sous cet angle-là...

ρομπερτ said...

wonderful wonderful wonderful


please have a good weekend.

daily athens

BJ Roan said...

Impressive shots!

Theanne and Baron said...

Like the reflection of Jerusalem in the window...and the window from the inside is magnificent! Nice seeing both sides

Karen said...

That's awesome.

Sara said...

I love that window, and also the reflection you caught in it. Always did love that particular window, since I first saw it in 1974!

forgetmenot said...

What a beautiful window--nice idea and nice shot. Mickie :)

jennyfreckles said...

I think this was one of my favourite places in the whole of Israel when I visited. So lovely to visit again through your photos.

Kay said...

Excellent choice for your reflections, Dina!

VP said...

Barluzzi again, that was a great guy!

Pietro said...

Nice view and nice window.

J Bar said...

Great window.
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