Saturday, April 20, 2013

Clouds on the water, water in the clouds

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The cafe behind the sculpture could be a nice place to sip coffee and watch the reflected clouds drift by.
The Israel Museum is very spread out and offers various little restaurants along the way. 
I myself prefer sitting  outside and eating a PB&J sandwich from home.

Israel is having cold, cloudy, even rainy days this week--unusual for April.
Yesterday the top of Mt. Hermon had 2 cm of SNOW.

(A post for Weekend Reflections.)
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14 comments:

Birdman said...

Can you really have it both ways? This proves it. hahahahaha

Marleen said...

Great capture of the reflection.

Doronette NF said...

WOW ! I could look at it all the time ! Great shot !

richies said...

Awesome reflection.
An Arkies Musings

VP said...

Some clouds today also in the otherwise clears skies of Rome. I visited the museum a couple of times and loved it. Are they still using young soldiers to watch the visitors in the museum rooms?

Dina said...

VP, did our museum really once have young soldiers guarding the galleries??
Now it is mostly old guys.

Kay L. Davies said...

Beautiful reflection, Dina. I could happily sit in that restaurant and watch the clouds go by in the pond.
K

Arija said...

Odd, but I never expected to see open water in a city in israel. Lovely reflections indeed in that still sheet of water.

'Tsuki said...

What a perfect mirror !

Robert Geiss said...

What great image !

No rain over here already for a few weeks. Feels like early summer.

Petrea Burchard said...

Very pretty pic, Dina.

JM said...

Lovely reflections! Thank you for the link about the bees.

James said...

This is an absolutely beautiful reflection! Great shot!

Kay said...

Rain is good, is it not? I like when it rains here because we don't have to water the garden.