Saturday, May 28, 2011

Shadows in a sunny elevator shaft

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For Shadow Shot Sunday here are strong shadows inside a transparent elevator shaft.

For the first few floors the elevator is inside, but then suddenly it starts facing the outside.

The 17-story building is part of the Technology Park in the Malcha neighborhood of Jerusalem.
(Another post about it here.)

Down below are Teddy Stadium

and more of the Technology Park.
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Across the street you see the train terminal. It and the little train stop at the Biblical Zoo are the only train stations in Jerusalem.
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11 comments:

Reader Wil said...

You have got a lot of modern buildings and some of them are very beautiful. You must have very creative archtects.I also like that special colour blue.

spacedlaw said...

That's a dizzy view!

Rob and Mandy said...

The archetypal middle eastern modern building. Seen twins of this one in Beirut, Amman, Doha, Dubai, Manama...

Cassie said...

That is quite a view Dina! Happy SSS.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I know some people (I'm not one of them, mind you) who would never get into a contraption like that!



I ALMOST LOST MY SHADOW

I almost lost my shadow,
I left it in the park;
I heard my mommy calling,
For it was getting dark;

She has no use for shadows,
She thinks they are quite grim,
And when she saw my shadow,
She thought it was a “him.”

I had to educate her
And tell her it was “she”—
And now my faithful shadow
Is welcome as can be!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

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ρομπερτ said...

Makes the suns light feel friendly.


Please have a good Sunday.
And yes, over here many birds wait until the parks are showered, to arrive and enjoying a refreshment.

Kay said...

I agree with Wil. It looks so modern from up there.

JM said...

One good thing about these elevators is the view.

Spiderdama said...

What a great view from the top! I have been climbing and get my "green card" in Teddy stadium:-)

VP said...

I like this place!

Pietro said...

Beautiful series of images, it's a nice place!