It’s the hottest September in Jerusalem in close to 120 years!
At least this crazy summer has been good for flowers,
hope these brighten your day.
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 holiday of Shavuot begins as Shabbat ends.
Who remembered how often Shabbat goes into the holiday of Shavuot?
I didn’t until I searched for Shavuot and saw the repeated theme in past posts.
Flowers for Shabbat and for the Shavuot holiday.
And for Shavuot, Moses with the ten commandments as seen in Cinema City.
Cheese and dairy products for the holiday.
Shavuot the holiday of cheesecakes and Torah.
And more flowers!