Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Dizengoff Street

This shot was taken early in the morning. Otherwise Dizengoff Street's (one of the main streest in Tel Aviv city centre) really busy.

5 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

Nice city picture and somewhat surprised me. I am always thinking of desert, buildings jammed up against each other and people walking. I never think in terms of asphalt streets, cars and buses and trees. Why is it that we all get stuck with mental images and then when our eyes see the scene, it is different? Anyway. I like your photography and your subject.

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Anonymous said...

abraham lincoln, you must have tel aviv confused with kabul! :)

Lothiane said...

How nice to see the trees giving shade... lovely. :) You have the same traffic signs we have, it seems. :)

NDS said...

Very nice shot--daily life, and arrows telling which way to go. a somewhat quiet moment--you wonder where they are going, what is in their minds when this shot was taken.

Dee said...

We hear so much of your city from the news, its glad to see other images besides those presented on tv. Thank you!