The week in pho­tos

The Jerusalem Post - The Jerusalem Post Magazine - - READERS’ PHOTOS - • From read­ers

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.

(Zev Rothkoff)

GREEN REV­O­LU­TION: Since 1900, more than a quar­ter bil­lion trees have been planted across Is­rael, mak­ing it the only county in the world that ended the 20th cen­tury with con­sid­er­ably more trees than it had at the start of that cen­tury.

(Stu­art Gher­man)

ONE GOOD turn de­serves an­other when you flip for a boy and have that heels-over­head feel­ing for him.

(Anne Du­b­itzky)

SOREFRONT DIS­PLAY: This mer­chant doesn’t want to rock the horse or toy around with the pre­cise prod­uct po­si­tion­ing of the shop’s or­derly s(t)ore­front dis­play.

(Ju­dith Phillips)

SOME BOOKS are to be tasted, oth­ers to be swal­lowed, and some few to be chewed and di­gested, says Fran­cis Ba­con. And then there are those to be napped on...

(Michael Leaf)

VISIT IS­RAEL and see the pyra­mids: Jews have been in­volved in pyra­mid schemes, like this one in Tel Aviv, for thou­sands of years.

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