Nature

Adventure in Wadi Khreitoun 30: Emerging from the Cave

Contributed by Leyla Zuaiter on 17.07.2006:


You can see the narrow ledge by which we accessed the cave in this picture. Original Content Creator: Leyla Zuaiter

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Adventure in Wadi Khreitoun 31: Fig Tree in the Rock Face

Contributed by Leyla Zuaiter on 17.07.2006:


This wild fig is growing out of the sheer rock face stained by the traces of the seasonal spring, above which runs into the basin carved out of the rock below. Original Content Creator: Leyla Zuaiter

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Adventure in Wadi Khreitoun: 32 Duckweed

Contributed by Leyla Zuaiter on 17.07.2006:


Below the rock face, we note this rectangular pool full of duckweed. Original Content Creator: Leyla Zuaiter

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Adventure in Wadi Khreitoun 33: Snake in a Crevice

Contributed by Leyla Zuaiter on 17.07.2006:


We get close up and personal with this snake coiled up in a crevice in the rock face. Original Content Creator: Leyla Zuaiter

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Adventure in Wadi Khreitoun 34: Ruins

Contributed by Leyla Zuaiter on 17.07.2006:


We came across many unmarked ruins, being reclaimed by the earth. Original Content Creator: Leyla Zuaiter

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Adventure in Wadi Khreitoun (35)

Contributed by Leyla Zuaiter on 17.07.2006:


On the way back,we are hot and thirsty, but are rewarded by picking out a Red Fox from the background. Note Herodium in the distance. Original Content Creator: Leyla Zuaiter

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Adventure in Wadi Khreitoun (36)

Contributed by Leyla Zuaiter on 17.07.2006:


The soothing scent of the pine forest speeds us along our way back to the bus--and water.

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Headless Camel in Jericho

Contributed by James Prineas on 03.05.2006:


This amazing specimen was captured on film a kilometre or two west of Jericho. Original Content Creator: James Prineas

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Goats at a lone homestead in the Wadi Kelt

Contributed by James Prineas on 03.05.2006:


Wadi Kelt is a spectacular valley which runs through the West Bank to Jericho on the eastern border of Palestine. There is a marked walking track along its length which leads past the Monastery of St. George. Original Content Creator: James Prineas

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Enjoying Nature at Mazra’a Qibliyeh

Contributed by Paltour News on 14.03.2006:


These adults from the parents group of the Arab Educational Institute in Bethlehem enjoy reconnecting with nature and seeing a different part of Palestine, increasingly difficult under the current circumstances. Original Content Creator: Arab Educational Institute

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