The Jerusalem Municipality has invested a lot in landscaping and vegetation.
Flower beds are planted near many Jerusalem, Israel streets, and intersections.
This floral butterfly near Gan Sacher, Sacher Park is in full bloom.
Though similar to four years ago, these are new flowers.
The Shabbat immediately following Tisha B’Av is known as Shabbat Nachamu.
Shabbat to be comforted.
Coming from the first line of the haftarah, from the Book of Isaiah 40:1-26.
After the days of mourning, time to clean up, pick yourself up, and move forward.
May all stay well and healthy.
Some images. Some cloud formations. Some evenings.
Capture the eye and imagination more than others.
These summer clouds and the reflection from the setting sun against the Chord Bridge at the entrance of Jerusalem, Israel were special. No artificial special filters were necessary.