Local in Tsfat.
Another local in Tsfat.
Simtat HaMashiac, The Messiah's Alley, the narrowest of all Tsfat's alleys.
A door in Tsfat.
Common window in Tsfat.
Synagogue was destroyed in the Great Earthquake of 1837 and reconstruction finished in 1957.
Bullet from 1973 War. Came through open door and over the people davening.
On the southern wall, the Holy Ark carved in wood by a craftsman from Galicia in the style of eastern European synagogues.
Butterfly and flower.
Ketti Camus one of Tsfat's most famous artists today.
Entrance to LOTEM Winery.
Tells story of wine making.
Entrance to wine press.
Shaked Avitzedek, Director of Education at LOTEM.
Grapes before being stomped.
Learning how the Atlanta Garden is used.
Cutting plants in Atlanta Garden.
View of Mediterrean from my room.
View of Tel Aviv from my room.