Monday, June 23, 2014

Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors! #134

Welcome back to your favorite little meme!
Here we are, just in time for the next edition (and last, for now) of my Old City of Jerusalem series:

And here we are, back again at the less-impressive-from-the-inside Zion Gate:
That's it for now! Can't wait to see you back here next week for something totally different :)
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Have a wonderful, whimsical week, everyone - thanks for stopping by!


Ralph said...

I love the looks of Old Jerusalem - a classic look with shutters that actually shut and streets of stone. What is interesting are the really old buildings are full of really modern multicolored data cables brining modern communications to the old neighborhood. An amazing contrast!

Anonymous said...

Jerusalem must be such an interesting city with a meltingpot of cultures - I see stairs up at the Zion gate - for the general public, or?

We keep hoping and praying for the safe return of the 3 kidnapped teens!

toby said...

Jeanette - those stairs are the continuation of some that I posted a couple of weeks ago - anyone can go and see the view from the top of the walls!

Thanks for your hopes and prayers, they are much appreciated! We're all just so saddened by this whole awful situation. And as a mother with kids that age, it just really hits hard...

Sara at Come Away With Me said...

It is always a treat to see that wonderful Jerusalem stone.