Friday, 3 April 2015

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS - Lake Galilee and River Jorden (Part 6)

I don’t think this post needs much explanation, safe to say that the first 4 photos are taken on Lake Galilee and the remainder are the River Jordan where people come to be baptised as Jesus did in His day.










I have made a correction in yesterday's post as I incorrectly wrote the Western Wall was called the Weeping Wall, however it's name is the
WAILING WALL.

I am linking this post with WEEKEND REFLECTIONS.

I  hoped you enjoyed this post.

Many thanks for visting and also to those who leave comments.

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    1. Thanks for comment. I hope you have a HAPPY EASTER.

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  2. Hi Margaret, I thought it was also called the Weeping Wall, now you've corrected me too! Were you baptized in the Jordan on your tour?

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    1. Thanks for comment. No I had already been baptised at the Elim Chucrch prior to knowing I was going to Israel. I hope you have a HAPPY EASTER.

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  3. Really enjoyable images of a great outing.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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    1. Glad you enjoyed them. I hope you have a HAPPY EASTER.

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  4. That must have been an amazing experience Margaret. Beautiful photos!

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    1. Yes it was, Glad you enjoyed them. I hope you have a HAPPY EASTER.

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  5. What an awesome place to visit.. Thanks for sharing your trip! Happy Easter, have a great weekend!

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    1. thanks for following the whole series. Glad you enjoyed them. I hope you have a HAPPY EASTER.

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  6. Hi Margaret,
    What a wonderful place to visit, you made some nice photos.
    I wish you good Easter.

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    1. Many thanks. Glad you enjoyed them. I hope you have a HAPPY EASTER.

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  7. A fine series of interesting images. I was baptized in the Jordan at one of the northern sites. The trips to Israel are just memorable visits. A fantastic experience.

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    1. Glad you enjoyed the series on Israel. I hope you have a HAPPY EASTER.

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    1. Thanks. Glad you enjoyed t.he series I hope you have a HAPPY EASTER.

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  9. What wonderful shots! The pale aqua of the water is beautiful!! I would love to put a bathing suit on and get under the water with the others, it looks so clean! Picture 7 looks like a fancy lagoon, very beautiful. You are so blessed to be able to be there!

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    1. yes Ginny, I was very blessed to have been there. Glad you enjoyed the series. I hope you have a HAPPY EASTER.

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  10. Really great trip in this time...Amazing photos...Thanks for sharing with us... Happy Easter Margaret...

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    1. Many thanks for your comment and visit. Glad you enjoyed them. I hope you have a HAPPY EASTER.

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  11. Ah that's beautiful, as usual!

    Happy Easter to you.

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  12. Cool pics, Margaret! What a trip.

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  13. Beautiful images. To be on the Sea of Galilee or at the Jordan river would be very meaningful.

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  14. sooooo beautiful, gorgeous waterfalls!!!!

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  15. Lovely series of shots, especially the first one. It's very evocative. Thanks for sharing your trip!

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  16. beautiful series of photographs

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  17. Perfect time of the year to be there. Thanks for sharing the trip.

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  18. Thank you for sharing these pictures of Lake Galilee and the River Jordan. I didn't realize the river was so beautiful. This series has been perfect for Holy Week.

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  19. You certainly had a great trip. Love that boat!

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  20. What a joy to see these amazing shots! this is a place that I have never been , so have enjoyed this!

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  21. I just spent some time catching up on this wonderful series. I enjoyed seeing your pictures. I hope to visit Israel one of these days probably with my church. Happy Easter!

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  22. Some wonderful photos and reflections there Margaret. Have a Happy Easter and thanks for all your many comments on my blog.

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  23. What a wonderful holiday you had Margaret - beautiful photos :)
    Hope you don't get this comment twice - I wasn't signed in the first time and it seemed to disappear without trace!!

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  24. More wonderful pictures!
    Happy Easter to you Margaret!

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