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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.

(Bernard Ols­burgh)

LOT’S WIFE turned into a pil­lar of salt. David Ben-Gu­rion might have turned into a pil­lar of stone if he, too, had looked back at Sodom while pulling his fa­mous head­stand stunt.

(Anne Du­b­itzky)

THE AZRIELI tow­ers in Tel Aviv are in good shape – in three good shapes, ac­tu­ally: round, square and tri­an­gu­lar.

(Sara Levene)

WATCH OUT, gold­fish. A king­fisher has moved into Park Go­nenim.

(David Ad­dle­man)

A GLANCE AT GANTZ tells us that the pe­riod of form­ing a gov­ern­ment was tak­ing far too long.

(Naomi Halpern)

NOW YOU SIGD ‘em; now you don’t. The Beta Is­rael com­mu­nity’s hol­i­day is over, but the bless­ings con­ferred there keep on work­ing.

(Stu­art Gher­man)

LACE UP (or Vel­cro up, ac­tu­ally) and make your way to the start­ing line. The race goes to the swift.

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