Photographer's Note

A re-visit to the Ariel Sharon Park, the garbage mound that now is an environmental park, located on the outskirts of Tel-Aviv.
Actually, my task was looking for birds – but only saw a few kestrels on the distance, a number of siksaks and some sparrows.
But what I meant to show here is the different colors from my previous visit in October 2019, when the fields were dry and brown, now the closer area which is green and muddy, contrast the Tel-Aviv skyline on the distance.

The spot taken from is the highest point on the mound at 32.0331, 34.8205 on the map.
Pictures were RAW converted into JPEG, Main pic. Is F9.0, 1/320, ISO100.

*** Two WS's with a slightly diff. POV.

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Additional Photos by Ike Harel (ikeharel) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 13662 W: 644 N: 26203] (110548)
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