Winter in Israel
This winter is maybe the most extreme winter Israel had known in the last 20 years. Last week's storm flooded houses, uprooted trees, blocked highways and poured vast amounts of snow, some in places that haven't seen snow for years. The images in this gallery were taken during two days of photographing the north. One day right after the storm, when it was still cloudy, and another day after the sky had brightened up. You'll see landscapes from a sunrise in the Hula Valley and Golan Heights, Mt. Hermon, snowy trees and more.
Keywords: Golan Heights, Hula Valley, Israel, North, Photography, Snow, Sunrise, Winter, זריחה, חורף, ישראל, נוף, עמק החולה, צילום, צפון, רמת הגולן, שלג
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