Friday, May 27, 2011

A reflection behind bars

The venerable building reflected in another old, but not so famous, house was once Sha'are Zedek Hospital.
The hospital moved to a larger facility in 1980.
After renovations were completed in 1999, the Israel Broadcasting Authority moved in.
I took the picture for James' Weekend Reflections.
Shabbat shalom to all.


PerthDailyPhoto said...

Good morning Dina from Perth Australia, I have just spent a happy half hour perusing your photos and observations. Looking forward to more!

Kay L. Davies said...

A wonderful window for reflections, Dina.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Rinkly Rimes said...

You captured the 'feel' of the whole area.

Kate said...

I enjoy not only the reflection, but the lines and angles in the photo.

crederae said...

Beautiful poignant photo, and to think that this building reflected was once a place of so much healing and suffering and compassion and life and death.....

shalom love and light.

crederae said...


Dina I don't usually do these reflections because then it becomes an external source of motivation haha, but I have a reflection in my most recent post.

I no longer have to shut off my modem to post a picture. I wonder what caused the issue.

Happy to see that you are doing well.
love and hugs

cieldequimper said...

Walls that might tell tales...

Spiderdama said...

Wonderful window and reflection. Can see your blue sky in there.

VP said...

I remember the name, but just can't place this. Great reflection, the bars obviously help!

crederae said...

Beautiful Dina, thanks for the sweet photo.
They have free showers but no internet.
love and light

Kay said...

Hmmm... I'm wondering why a hospital needs bars. Is it a certain kind of hospital, I wonder.

Dina said...

Kay, I don't think the former hospital itself has bars. Only the other house that is doing the reflecting.
But actually, bars are quite common on house and office windows here.