Kibbutz Nir-Oz celebrated the Seder last night and here are some scenes:
Two and something hours of Kibbutz Nir-Oz members and family and guests. The food was delicious. Forgive me for not shooting it, but the menu included delectable salmon, baby potatoes, delicate rice with pine nuts, perfect carrot tzimmes, green beans, a masterpiece of beef and mushrooms and tender breast of chicken.
Truly, forgive me for not showing you, but I was hungry.
Some storks have lingered behind the main flock. I wonder how long they’ll be around.
It’s a relatively quiet day, just before the full moon heads up. It’s five p.m.
Have been on Passover vacation, which means I’m free to do my online Literature course, work on my Haiku powerpoint presentation, read my new t’ai chi book and in general walk long walks through the Nir-Oz fields.
I spent Monday in Tel Aviv with my friend, Pnina, and we caught some amazing exhibits at the Tel Aviv Museum. The Exhibit of Tel Aviv Photographs was superb. Love those city street scenes, taken from angles that only photographers see and document. (Backs of office buildings, narrow Keren Teamani lanes, Neve Tzedek buildings).
We saw the exhibit put together by the Urban Sustainability Conference (From Garden City to Ecosystem).
Blow-up balloon exhibit, each representing an idea for sustainable green living in urban Tel Aviv, offered a tactile, fascinating study in potential ideas.