Saturday, March 12, 2016

For John



John asked me for some photos from here, so here they are. The first one above is what i see every morning from my window, the second is how beautiful this place is , the third is how beautiful it will be when all the machines will go away one day, and the last is my kitchen window, almost like John's window, but no one is asking for eggs here.


38 comments:

  1. Fascinating to see these photos Yael. Beautiful countryside.

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    1. Yes Sue, I am lucky to live here, i have to remember that from time to time.

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  2. Thanks Yael for these photos. It gives us all a glimpse of what you see. Very interesting.

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    1. I am very happy to see that view from my window every morning, there are horses too there, i did not sae them that morning.

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  3. The machinery (and noise!) are not forever so they will soon go and you will be able to enjoy that lovely scenery you have there - you are very lucky - it is really beautiful. I like the little window corner. Thank you, Yael for sharing this with us. Greetings Maria x

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    1. Thank you Maria, sometimes i want to live in other places, so i have to remember that.

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    1. I think it is called "sweetie", like a sweet grapfruit.I always wanted lemon tree but i dont have it.

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  5. There is nothing like expansive views from one's window to expand the soul. Enjoy!
    Shabbat shalom Yael.

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    1. Shabat Shalom Dina. I also like your desert view a lot.

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  6. That is a very lovely sight from your window, Yael! (Do I see a very fine net in front of the first window photo?)

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    1. Yes there is a net Britta, you have good eyes:) Alot of fleis here so we need it.

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  7. It is nice to be reminded that Israel is not all terror and war. It is a beautiful country, Yael. Thanks for showing us your world.

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    1. Thanks for the comment Shawn.Israel is so many things more than war, but it can not be forgotten, unfortunately.

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  8. Not as I imagined it would be at all. I didn't expect to see any green. I will still see shades of yellows and browns and reds in my head when I read your blog Yael, whatever. Rachel

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  9. Soon most of the green will be yellow and brown when summer is here,so you are not so wrong Rachel.I shall post more photos in the future,

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  10. I love to see photos of fellow bloggers lives such unexpected beauty.

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  11. Thank you Doc,We sometimes take it for granted and forget about the beauty.

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  12. You can almost smell the warmth of the place and sunshine is glorious....is that some sort of blind you are photoing through in the first photo?
    Thank you

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  13. It is a net against small flying bugs, tomorrow will be dust storm here, no more sun for few days.

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  14. The scenery from your window looks lovely. It reminds me a bit of my homestate of California.

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    1. Somtimes people call it here the Israeli provance,wishfull thinking.

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  15. You have a beautiful rural outlook Yael. Such a peaceful view and once 'the machines' have gone all will be lovely again. Thank you for the photos:)

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  16. came to live here 40 years ago from the north of Israel, i like it here, only once i left for 5 years to live near the dead sea and came back.

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  17. Oh, how nice! I didn't expect all the green, either. Thanks for sharing!

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  18. It is nice to see something of your country. I like the large rocks in the second picture. Are they anything special, or just happen to be there? Please post more of your surroundings. X

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  20. Just popping in to say hello. Hope you are well. Have a lovely weekend, Yael. Greetings Maria xx

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  21. Thank you Maria, i am ok, sometimes i am quiet here, have a nice weekend:)

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  22. What is happening ? Do you have any news concerning Harry Flashman. His blog disappeared.Hope He has no problems.
    Maggie

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  23. Hi "Maggie", long time no see...

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  24. And how is the weather in Germany now?

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  25. Sorry I do not understand what are you speaking about. Never mind.
    Maggie

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  26. I'm just a reader. I look into different blogs and I am just interested about some subjects people are talking about. Something wrong about that ? May be you know another Maggie ? I was a bit shocked about your answer.
    Anyway I only asked about H. Flashman cause I noticed he wrote on your blog sometimes. Sorry to have annoyed you. I never comment by the way I'm only a reader.
    Happy Pesach. Maggie

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  27. Sorry if i was wrong Maggie.

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  28. Yael, I hate having any work done up here on the mountain that I can't do myself. When we were setting up here we had a bulldozer come and dig us out a flat place on the side of the mountain to build on. They also cleared a space for a grassy meadow. But since then, no big machines up here!

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  29. Hi Harry, the big machines are still here, a lot of work is going around, it will take some months i was told.

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