Thursday, November 26, 2009

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Nightime Stroll in Tel Aviv

by Reb Akiva at Mystical Paths

Tel Aviv is a generally well lit city. The buildings are bright, the stores are bright, giving the city an interesting night time glow. Join me for an evenings in a stroll down HaShalom Street...

The Phoenix Insurance building in Givatayim is a pretty piece of architecture. An oval shaped tan skyscraper with dark-brown cut out notches give it a unique shape. Spotlights give it a night time glow...
HaShalom Street - Tel Aviv

Stop at the Red Stop Shop, Stop! Because it's red.
HaShalom Street - Tel Aviv

Even an average office building (though some nice cut outs) becomes something special with some great lighting...
HaShalom Street - Tel Aviv

We're better than red, we're Yellow! Large Yellow mini-marts now in all Paz gas stations...
HaShalom Street - Tel Aviv

The most famous site on HaShalom street is the Azrieli Towers. ~50 stories each, one in the shape of a circle, one a triangle, and one a square with an enclosed mall in the space between the towers. Opposite them at ~35 stories is the Africa-Israel building...
HaShalom Street - Tel Aviv

And with that we come to the end of our stroll and head out of town.

4 comments:

  1. amazing what great light does thanks for the tour

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  2. Interesting pics! Thanks! That said....

    http://www.darksky.org/

    I haven't seen the thick band of the Milky Way since I was seven years old. What can I say? I like HaShem's lights far more than those made by man.

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  3. Excellent photography.
    Maybe you could find a job as a photographer for "someone" and really make some money!

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  4. thank you! it is great to see this part of israel!!!!!

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