Pictures of life in Jerusalem and the Jerusalem Hills. And since August 2013 also a look at the northern Negev, my new home.
Must be fresh! Hope so anyway.
I'll bet that is heavy!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
This is the method how Meat is delivered, Dina? The car with the freezer is not far away, right?
Wow! My neck protests just looking at him.
Karl, amazing, eh? The big meat truck had to park (actually, double-park) out on busy Agripas Street and the man made a few trips on foot to a butcher shop inside the market place. Just a minute or two to walk. It was my first time to see this!
Heavy! Good trainig for him:-) never seen somthing like this..
Thank you for this glimpse into the everyday-ness of your world. Everything looks wonderful peaceful.
That looks heavy, must make for a pretty good workout! Check out my awesome travel blog sometime soon :)
It must be heavy! Totally new for me.
Gracious! I hope he has something protecting his head from the meat or he could end up smelling. What a photo capture!
People who get their steer as lovely cuts of steak, so often do not realise that it comes from a well hung carcass and can actually be transported by back rather than refrigerated van.Love your colourful shot Dina.
I live near our market and this is not an uncommon sight in the morning... When I was young I did it a bit myself, but only with frozen meat, working for a ship chandler.
That must be heavy! :-)Dina, thank you so much for the link you sent me. I really enjoyed the site.
Somehow, "open air meat" was a surprise. I'm glad you explained in answer to Karl's question. But a very interesting photo, and I read all the other comments, too. I agree about "the everday-ness of your world"!K
Heavy and messy!
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