In olden days men really knew how to build a terrace wall, didn't they?
This one in the hills west of Jerusalem was probably made by 12th century Crusaders.
To the right of the corner, a tall staircase ascends.
The stones looked especially beautiful in the soft half-light of dawn.
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I took this picture at 5:37, in between the full moon's setting and the bright sun's rising (as you may know from the previous two posts).
The mystical in-between time brought to mind the Hebrew song Karev Yom:
(you can listen here)
The day is approaching that is neither day nor night.
Most High, let it be known that Yours is the day and Yours is the night
Place guards over Your City all day and all night
Lighten the darkness of the night with the light of day
The day is approaching that is neither day nor night . . .