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Old Posted Jun 13, 2007, 12:32 PM
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Old Posted Jun 13, 2007, 9:50 PM
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are these your photos or someones elses?
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Some dramatic landscapes there.
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Please post the name of the photographer if these aren't your own pictures. If that's not possible, then please atleast post a link to where you found them, otherwise the thread will be deleted.

It's forum rules. Thanks.
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those are all mine and all from around Israel, sorry.. you can find them in my pbase gallery
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Wow. I didn't realize they were in Israel until I saw the signage (but I should have looked harder at the auto license plates). Most of them could easily be at various spots in the US. Somehow I think of Israel as being much more crowded, developed and, well, desert. I knew parts of Lebanon were green and had snow-capped mountains, but not Israel. Very educational (for me).
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Old Posted Jun 14, 2007, 9:31 PM
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Wow. I didn't realize they were in Israel until I saw the signage (but I should have looked harder at the auto license plates). Most of them could easily be at various spots in the US. Somehow I think of Israel as being much more crowded, developed and, well, desert. I knew parts of Lebanon were green and had snow-capped mountains, but not Israel. Very educational (for me).

We have mt. hermon in the edge of the Golan Heights near the syrian and lebanon border which is snow caped through winter-early spring, some other mountains get a few snows for a few days during winter storm - Galilee mountains and Judea and Samaria mountains and The Negev mountain,

Israel is very crowded and developed, our 'green' areas are not big, but they are sentimental, they are disappearing slowly but surely from the landscape though, and add the modernization, industrialization and conflictalization of the whole area, i'd be quite pessimistic about those areas being 'natural', take for example the war with lebanon last year, all the rockets they fired on the galilee towns that missed created huge forest fires that still scar the landscape of the north, places where 2 years ago i hiked in lush forests are now burned dead trees, i don't really see a future for the people who lives here, and that's from someone who live's here, i mean if a bunch of people can't settle down and try to live in harmony with the enviroment and everything than i guess none of us really have a cosmic right to be here and the earth will probably consume us all one day, well, but the whole planet is that way, maybe its all a state of mind, never mind, i guess it'll be alright, it's a bit late now and i'm a bit dizzy, so don't mind it...
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