Chasing Rainbows on a Rainy Day in Jerusalem

After hours and hours of rain and wind,

the weather cleared a bit in Jerusalem, Israel, today.

Gan Sacher

If it keeps raining Gan Sacher will look more like a lake than a park.

Gan Sacher

The city has trimmed and cleaned up a lot recently,

so only a few big trees went down.

I wanted to get a better shot of this tree, but the rain started again.

Gan Sacher , Sacher park

I love how nothing is level around here,

not even the water filling a container for empty ashes from BBQs.

Gan Sacker

The birds were happy and the grass was green.

And I was very happy

GAsn Sacher, SAcher park

 to see a lone jogger so that I was not the only crazy person outside.

cloud photo

The sun was in and out, and I kept hoping for a rainbow.

The best I could get was a break in the clouds

and a few drops on water on my lens.

It rained all afternoon again, pouring is more like it .

Tomorrow Gan Sacher will either be a lake

or if it gets cold it will be covered with snow, 

 a sight we are all waiting to see.

4 thoughts on “Chasing Rainbows on a Rainy Day in Jerusalem

  • January 8, 2013 at 7:12 pm

    Hope it helps your water levels there. I’d love to see a snowy Jerusalem too. I’ll be checking back to see if it happens.

    • January 8, 2013 at 7:58 pm

      They are saying tomorrow snow, but they have said that before and it has not happened. Will have to wait and see, meanwhile it keeps raining and raining.

  • January 8, 2013 at 8:47 pm

    I really enjoy your photos… such a beautiful land. Stay dry but enjoy the wet!


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