Summer is for touring Jerusalem on Segways.
These three young people on the bridge were admiring the view to the east just before sunset.
The mountains of Moab in the Kingdom of Jordan, across the Dead Sea, were just visible in the haze.
Mount Zion is on the left in this photo.
Below is Gehinnom, the valley (guy) of Hinnom .
Here is their bridge as seen from the Jerusalem Cinematheque.
I posted here about the Bnai Brith Bridge and its famous handprints in the concrete.
This post joins others at Robin's Summer Stock Sunday and Louis' Sunday Bridges.
UPDATE: In response to comments I add some more information:
How does a Segway work?
Mostly you only see these silent electric vehicles being ridden along the Armon HaNatsiv Promenade. A 1.5 hour guided tour costs $55. See their route on this map.
Me? I'd rather walk.