Friday, March 2, 2012

Wilderness & civilization reflected

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Naomi, Libby, and I drove from Jerusalem down down down to the Dead Sea on Monday, when it was still fairly sunny and clear.
This photo for Weekend Reflections shows the light at 3:30 pm when the sun was getting low in the west.
The shadows of the mountains were reflected in the still waters of the Dead Sea, as was our destination, the tall white Le Meridien hotel at the Ein Bokek resort complex.
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For how the weather totally changed in the next days, please see the earlier post.
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10 comments:

Malyss said...

The sea seems incredibly quiet and calm!I hope you had nice days there!

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful view from the car.

Regards and best wishes

crystal said...

Strange, I never think of there being hotels by the Dead Sea - keep thinking it's out in the middle of nowhere. It sounds like you had an exciting vacation :)

Robert Geiss said...

What an adventure.
Thank you for the glimpse of your environment.

A safe road ahead and a good weekend too.

Lea said...

Nice reflection!
Have a wonderful week-end!
Lea
Lea's Menagerie

Petrea Burchard said...

I will never tire of your photos of the Dead Sea.

mirae said...

beautiful human reflection of the natural light.
shalom beautiful Dina.

diane b said...

It looks so calm.

VP said...

One of the most amazing places in the world...

Kay said...

The Dead Sea is still such a strong memory. I love the idea that Naomi was there to lecture and could combine "business" with pleasure.