Monday, February 15, 2010

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Photos: Suburban Holy Land

Original Photos by Reb Akiva at Mystical Paths

One direction and Israel is golden ancient walls and holy places. A few kilometers another direction and it's a modern metropolis.

Engulfed by the Tel Aviv metropolis, the former suburb but now neighborhood (though an independent city) of Givatayim sits near the southwestern corner of Tel Aviv...

An upscale condo complex...
Givatayim - Israel

Community theatre...
Givatayim - Israel

Ugly public art - donated by the Electric Company (bet you could tell)...
Givatayim - Israel

Just a suburban office building, this one has Pelephone (cell phone company) and a Cup-O-Joe coffee bar.
Givatayim - Israel

Suburbia that could be anywhere in the world can be found in Israel too. Is that good or bad? You tell me.


ZeroEchoNone said...

Cool pics - miss it even more now!

I don't think that suburbia that could be anywhere in the world can be found in Israel too itself is either a good thing nor a bad thing.. like most things, its about the "intention" .. are they there to help us be better, raise higher, etc / or do they distract us from the journey we should travel - its the intention that makes something good or bad, not the object itself in my view.
My $0.02 :)
Really enjoyed the pics - thanks again!

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