The week in pho­tos

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Send pho­tos of what you saw or did this week to Jpost­mag­pho­[email protected] with your name and where the pic­ture was taken – plus your In­sta­gram han­dle if you want to be tagged. Feel free to add ad­di­tional re­lated info about the photo and/or sug­gest a cap­tion.

(Stu­art Gher­man)

EAT­ING FUZZ: Two grow­ing young men meet some of their key nu­tri­tional needs by con­sum­ing a con­fec­tion made by heat­ing and liq­ue­fy­ing sugar and then spin­ning it cen­trifu­gally through minute holes to cool as strands re­sem­bling cot­ton.

(Wally Rechtschaf­fen)

BRUSH WITH fate: This Bi­ble Lands Mu­seum artist is a work of art her­self – a model of metic­u­lous per­se­ver­ance.

(Zeev Rothkoff)

THE EARLY bird catches the worm. As for what the early desert mam­mal catches, we’ll get back to you once we re­ceive a de­fin­i­tive re­sponse from our health and science edi­tor.

(Jo Anne Adler­stein)

AU­DI­TIONS FOR the role of um­brella in the new stage adap­tion of Mary Pop­pins will be held next week. Be sure to bring a stu­dio photo.

(Ruth Schueler)

NO FOL­LOW­ERS: Is­rael has well over a mil­lion Twit­ter users, but the tweets of this Lit­tle Bit­tern spot­ted at the Jerusalem Bird Ob­ser­va­tory got no “likes” on that so­cial medium.

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