Photo of the Day: SNOW Jerusalem, Israel

 

image snow in Jerusalem, picture Jerusalem snow, photo snow Isarel

After a night of heavy rain, as the sun was rising and not shining,

it began to snow in Jerusalem, Israel.

#Shelegddon has begun, more than cm/hr.

UPDATE:

Jerusalem snow image, Photo Jerusalem snow, picture Israeli building snow

FYI By noon the flag was still there. #IsraelUnderSnow

About Real Jstreets

I lived in the United States, Canada and Australia before moving to Israel in the midst of the Second Lebanon War. For the last seven years, walking the streets of Jerusalem, the scenes I saw every day did not resemble the ones familiar in the Western media. Now I try to share those positive images with the world, what is really happening in Jerusalem, Israel, The Real Jerusalem Streets

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  • cba

    Wow! You’ve outdone yourself. What a photo!

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  • http://tzitzit.tallit-shop.com Ben (of Ben’s Tallit Shop)

    The snow caught Jerusalem off guard on every level. The Municipality is still – five days after the last snowflake fell – up above their heads dealing with piles of icy snow, broken tree branches and ice-packed sidewalks. On the rank-and-file level, Jerusalemites are wholly unprepared to maneuver in the snow. Everyone I know has slipped and fallen at least once. A customer in the U.S. told me he heard Jerusalemites don’t have snow boots, so they walk around in the snow in rainboots; the truth is that for the most part only kids have galoshes, while adults trudge through the snow and ice and slush in regular shoes.

    • http://www.rjstreets.com Real Jstreets

      You are so right! After a week without full power all I can add is that my Wellingtons were better than real boots, though not so fashionable, but worked well wearing heavy socks. Just posted this, now to go take off the plastic bags on my feet…really they work inside my boots. Did not use plastic first time out and had to wring the cold water out of socks – yuk. http://rjstreets.com/2013/12/19/after-jerusalem-snow-of-century-clean-up-time/