Monday, June 17, 2013

Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors! #81

Here we are once again, ready for your favorite little meme!
Here is the third and final batch of the windows and doors that I found in Tel Aviv, all those weeks ago (see part one and part two of three, if you're interested!).






We, the pedestrians and bicyclists, waiting at our respective crosswalks:
My destination (mm-mm!):

Did you catch the public water bowl for dogs, above on the right? How sweet! Tel Aviv seems to be the city that leaves no citizen behind...
Here's a closer shot of our little restaurant. It was delicious, by the way - highly recommended!


And a few shots walking back, after dinner:


All in all I had a great time! Tune back in next week for your regularly scheduled Jerusalem-area/Judean Hills photography :)

And now it's your turn! To participate in Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors! just post your photo (or photos) of a window, door, or anything architectural, link here, and sign up in the easy-to-use widget, below. Then go and visit the other players, that's the most fun of all! Thanks for dropping by, and have a wonderful, whimsical week!

8 comments:

Ralph said...

Tel Aviv is a big city to be sure. Yet beyond the large towers, it feels very approachable and tourist friendly. What we miss in the 'burbs is that the food and sights are readily available without the need for a car, Not being a city dweller, I can only imagine its cosmopolitan charms as it looks to be a very attractive city. Nicely captured!

Robin said...

Hey, I can see my office, which thankfully I only have to go to once a week or so :).

Love dim sum, I'll have to try that one of these days.

I'm dipping my toe back into the blogging waters and couldn't have chosen a lovelier place to begin than right here.

toby said...

Thanks, Ralph! I can always count on you to have something positive to say :)

Robin - welcome back! I wouldn't mind going into TA once a week, that sounds just about perfect... definitely try the dim sum, it was really good, and they had great salads, too!

photodoug said...

City life - to live for.

Sara said...

My favorite is the round tower all lit up at night! I think I just added myself to your Mr. Linky by mistake; haven't posted on windows yet but will soon.

Dina said...

Yep, Jerusalem it's not.

toby said...

Thanks, everyone! Dina, thanks for your patience, I know that you prefer our breezy Jerusalem Hills :)

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