Glorious blue skies emerge in southern Israel

The first photo below was taken from my hotel room yesterday afternoon as the cold wind raged and rain approached. The second was taken this morning. Springtime in Israel!

We are now leaving on a trip to the Dead Sea with Yoav. It is always a privilege to travel with him, but this is extra special because he is one of Israel’s top experts on the Dead Sea and surrounding region.

About Mark Wilson

Mark Wilson is a Professor of Geology at The College of Wooster. He specializes in invertebrate paleontology, carbonate sedimentology, and stratigraphy. He also is an expert on pseudoscience, especially creationism.
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One Response to Glorious blue skies emerge in southern Israel

  1. micah leshem says:

    Hello – Prof Wilson,
    I wonder if you would agree to let me post your photograph (We were served this Bedouin goat cheese – actually called “Afig”) on the website of my lab (under construction). It is not intended for any commercial use, but to show the varied ways salt is of interest as context for the scientific research on salt in my lab.
    I am assuming you own the copyright on the photo or can direct me to the owner?
    I will of course attribute it as you think best.

    Micah Leshem, Emeritus Professor of Psychology
    The University of Haifa, Israel 3498838
    +972 523264554

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