Pictures of life in Jerusalem and the Jerusalem Hills. And since August 2013 also a look at the northern Negev, my new home.
This is a very beautiful photo and view!Great photo,Dina.Have a nice weekend.
So beautiful Dina! Shabbat Shalom:-)
A lovely photo and a perfect post for SWF!
Beautiful sunset, Dina! Thanks for sharing, have a happy weekend!
Wow, Dina, such a beautiful photo!
A very striking capture, Dina.
That's a lovely sight.
Oh, this reminds me of the burning bush, Dina! Beautiful capture! (I moved my blog to wordpress in Nov.)
Lovely sky, lovely shot...
How beautiful! Great shot, Dina.
I can even like a sunset or two every year and this is one of them.
What a great shot!
Just beautiful Dina. Shabbat Shalom.
Wow! What a gorgeous photo, Dina!
You live in a harsh-looking landscape. When do the rains arrive each year and can you catch the rain in a tank above your house?
... another day in the books. LOVE this image.
Hels, you can check the climate chart at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Negev#ClimateThe statistics are for Beer Sheva.I think Meitar gets something like 200 mm of rain per year. But in last week's storm Meitar got 108 mm just in a few days! Israel has no rain between May and October. I have not seen any rain collection tanks down here. It is hardly worth it for the 40 days of rain per year, since there is not that much vegetation to water. Along the highways of the Negev the KKL has made hundreds of limans. See http://www.kkl.org.il/eng/water-for-israel/water-in-the-desert/limans/
Wonderful photo of this great atmosphere!
Lovely shot. I liked the composition here.
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