Sunday, January 18, 2015

Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors! #164

Welcome back to our little meme!
For our anniversary, not too long ago, my husband and I wandered around Jerusalem a bit, and had dinner. We started out in Yemin Moshe, a neighborhood just outside the Old City. Yemin Moshe is a very beautiful, unique neighborhood, paved in cobblestone, but its best known landmark is its windmill:
It also has lots of pretty windows and doors, which were very intriguing to see at night:


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Ralph said...

This is a lovely neighborhood! The soft lighting from the stylish old windows is a treat, but I love that windmill with it's stout and large blades set against the tapered shape of its structure. Jerusalem is always so good looking!

Mascha said...

What a famous windmill!
I like your photos with the rays of light.
(I'm back from the hospital now)