We have arrived at lucky number seven of our new little meme! Welcome to Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors, where you can check out nifty architectural items from across the globe. We have a small but steady group of participants from truly all over - and perhaps with time we'll get even more - but meanwhile, I really enjoy sharing the interesting architecture that I see here in Israel with you, and seeing what you share from wherever you are. It's amazing to see just how similar, and just how very different it all can be!
Well, enough with the intro, let's move on to the photos! My husband and I happened to be very nearby Kibbutz Ein Tzurim a couple of weeks ago, and we couldn't resist stopping by to visit the school that used to be there, Yeshivat HaKibbutz HaDati. It unfortunately closed down a couple of years ago, but the building still stands. It seems a bit lonely, but is still very impressive, unique, and beautiful! Here is the door to the main study hall:Hmm, there's a little bit of glare from the sun. Hang on, I'll step over here to the side.
That's better. Isn't it pretty? Hang on, I'll get in a little closer so you can see the detail:
The amazing thing is, it doesn't just look beautiful, it feels beautiful. Anyone opening that door gets to touch the beaten metal, and it's a really nice sensation:
That's as close as I got :) Feel free to click on any of the photos, though, if you'd like an even closer view!
And now: please join me! To participate in Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors, just post your photo of a window, door, or anything architectural, and link to it in the widget below. Even if you haven't posted your own photo, please visit those who have posted - I hope you enjoy the beauty and variety as much as I do! Have a great week, everyone!