the start of Jewish New Year,
may it be a good, healthy and sweet one for all.
In Kikar Tzion, Zion Square,
just off Jaffa Road,
at a stall in the Jerusalem Night Market,
I saw these dried pomegranates on a wooden tray.
Pomegranates are usually for Rosh Hashannah,
but since Jerusalem is gearing up for the holidays,
this seemed fine for a Shabbat Shalom greeting.
Thought this looked better without words Shabbat Shalom
placed on it, do you agree?