Friday, September 21, 2012

Reflection in "The Scottie"

It looks a bit complicated but I think I was taking a picture,  through a glass door,  of the arched window that is  inside St. Andrews Scottish Guest House.
And of course aiming for the reflection of Mt. Zion across the valley.
The tables are on the outside patio that boasts a splendid view of old Jerusalem.
Visible in the photo are the Dormition Abbey, the former Bishop Gorbat School, and the Old City wall. 
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13 comments:

Irina Rekhviashvili said...

Looks surreal.
I wish calm and peace to your city.

Sara said...

It's a great photo! So much to observe looking in two directions.

Robert Geiss said...

A great picture indeed ! Must be a joy to have a seat and enjoy the sight.
Please have a good weekend ahead.

crystal said...

Neat photo :) The Scottie website looks interesting - it's both a church and a hotel?

'Tsuki said...

Nice self-portrait, Dina.

This is Belgium said...

very special effect !

Dina said...

Thanks Irina. I wish the same to Moscow.

Sara, Robert, This is Belgium, thanks. It is a fun place for reflections.

Crystal, I think the guest house was originally meant as a hostel for Protestant pilgrims, in the old days.

'Tsuki, thanks. You won't see me in a skirt all that often. Only when I have to take visiting tourist friends to church somewhere.

Spiderdama said...

A special reflection in a special city! It is great!:-)

Karl Demetz said...

An interesting picture, Dina!

Nefertiti said...

tres reussi

VP said...

I can imagine the view...

James said...

Wow! Great reflection! There is so much to see.

Kay said...

This is such a cool picture, Dina. I love seeing you in that reflection.