Tuesday, September 6, 2011

In the habit

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Hurrying to do a little horticulture while still in Sunday habit.

(Continuing yesterday's post.)

For H-day at ABC Wednesday .
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19 comments:

Roger Owen Green said...

watching it all grow...
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Jedediah said...

You caught her just at the right moment.

capturedalive said...

Here the habit must be a habit...

Pheno, ABCW Team

Robin said...

Love the juxtaposition!

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VioletSky said...

very good!

crystal said...

Lovely golden flowers in the garden :)

Kay L. Davies said...

I can't help thinking that habit must be very hot to wear in your climate, especially as she seems to be hurrying. But the garden shown in your post yesterday must require a lot of love and devotion.
— K

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

VP said...

Well caught, Dina!

Hels said...

I hope the material is light weight. Israel can get quite warmish in summer.

Ann said...

What a lovely shot.

Birdman said...

I wonder... Did you looking for this one for the theme, or just stumble on it? Carefree shot.

Dina said...

Shalom friends.
Some answers:
I would imagine all kinds of black religious garb, Christian, Jewish, or Muslim, would be hot in the sun. The price of modesty.

Birdman, I normally start with a photo and try to find ABC words to suit it.

Suzanne said...

I love all the photos for the last couple of days Dina and seeing the monastaries at Abu Ghosh. Missed that one!! Another time (-8. Do the Benedictine nuns have a CD out? Or a link to their own website???

Dina said...

Suzanne, the monks and nuns sing together and it is beautiful, and yes, they sell CDs of their music.
Their website seems to be in French only
http://www.abbaye-abugosh.info/

There's a cute article about them at
http://www.travelujah.com/blogs/entry/The-Monks-of-Abu-Ghosh

Francisca said...

Most of us are hurrying in a habit of entirely different kind! Lovely photo, Dina.

Rob and Mandy said...

Yes, their website is in french, and the few sisters I met there 15-20 years ago were so lovely!
Something else... I came across the new ultra orthodox Facebook... Called Faceglat, with one entry for men, and one for women. www.faceglat.com
Well, why not.

Dyanna said...

Very wonderful photo!

JM said...

... And this is pretty cool. You are just great photographing nuns! :-)

Spiderdama said...

It is so cool and lovely picture! In a hurry:-)