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Nahal Keziv river below Ein Tamir spring, north from Mi ilia. Galilee, the Middle East, March 31, 2002
A lower building of Montfort Castle near a dam of Nahal Keziv river 2.5 miles north-west from Mi ilia. Galilee, the Middle East, March 31, 2002
One of dikes (magmatic seepage) of Nahal Ardon river in Ramon Crater just before sunset. The Middle East, February 9, 2002
Descent to Dead Sea along Nahal Peres River and a jeep road in the plateau near Har Tsurim, 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona, view to the south to the direction of Dead Sea. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Nahal Keziv river near Ein Tamir spring, north from Mi ilia. Galilee, the Middle East, March 31, 2002
A dry canyon of Nahal Mishmar river, after its turn to the north, near Dead Sea. The Middle East, February 21, 2002
View of a cave from trail 2223 overlooking canyon of Nahal Keziv river, 2 miles north-west from Mi ilia. Galilee, the Middle East, March 31, 2002
View of a northern slope of Nahal Oren river from Etzba Ridge on Mount Carmel. The Middle East, March 5, 2002
A lower house of Montfort Castle at Nahal Keziv river 2.5 miles north-west from Mi ilia. Galilee, the Middle East, March 31, 2002
A jeep road at the bottom of Ramon Crater approaching Nahal Ramon River, view to the north, with Mitzpe Ramon Visitor s Center on horizon in the center (there is only one acacia tree in Ramon Crater in this area), 3 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
View of Nahal Ardon river in Ramon Crater south from the cone hill of Giv at Harut. The Middle East, February 9, 2002
Shallow parts of Nahal Bokek River in Judean Desert, on a plateau 2 miles west from Ein Bokek. The Middle East, April 17, 2001
Canyon of Nahal Keziv river 2.5 miles north-west from Mi ilia. Galilee, the Middle East, March 31, 2002
Nahal Bokek River in Judean Desert, on a plateau 2 miles west from Ein Bokek. The Middle East, April 17, 2001
Nahal Keziv river, 1 mile north-west from Mi ilia. Galilee, the Middle East, March 31, 2002
Badlands of Nahal Besor River in Eshkol Park 10 miles west from Ofakim, view from an observation hill. The Middle East, February 27, 2001
Nahal Ardon river near Ein Ardon in Ramon Crater at evening. The Middle East, February 9, 2002
Nahal Keziv river below Ein Tamir spring, north from Mi ilia. Galilee, the Middle East, March 31, 2002
Entrance to Ein Gedi park, from the side of Nahal Arugot river. The Middle East, April 4, 2002
Upper pools of Nahal Arugot river in Ein Gedi park. The Middle East, April 4, 2002
Springs of upper pools of Nahal Arugot river in Ein Gedi park. The Middle East, April 4, 2002
Descent to Dead Sea along Nahal Peres River and a jeep road in the plateau near Har Tsurim, 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Descent to Dead Sea along Nahal Peres River in the plateau near Har Tsurim, 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Nahal Shani river below Red canyon, 9 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
View of Nahal Ardon river in Ramon Crater south from the cone hill of Giv at Harut at evening. The Middle East, February 9, 2002
Nahal Keziv river 2.5 miles north-west from Mi ilia. Galilee, the Middle East, March 31, 2002
Entrance to Nahal Tseelim River Gorge, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
Limestone along Nahal Tseelim River, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
A wild plum(?) tree at Nahal Arugot river in Ein Gedi park. The Middle East, April 4, 2002
View of canyon of Nahal Keziv river from trail 2223, 2 miles north-west from Mi ilia. Galilee, the Middle East, March 31, 2002
Nahal Darokh river below the horseshoe formation, 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
View from trail 2223 overlooking canyon of Nahal Keziv river, 2 miles north-west from Mi ilia. Galilee, the Middle East, March 31, 2002
Nahal Tseelim River, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
Nahal Ammo river in Galilee, view from Road 85. The Middle East, April 7, 2001
Nahal Arugot river in Ein Gedi park. The Middle East, April 4, 2002
Entrance to Nahal Tseelim River Gorge from Dead Sea, 2 miles north from Masada, view from a parking place. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
View of remains of Roman houses (?) and Nahal Besor River to the north from Tel Sharuhen hilltop in Eshkol Park 10 miles west from Ofakim. The Middle East, February 27, 2001
Nahal Shani river above Red Canyon, 9 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
Nahal Tseelim River Canyon, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
Nahal Besor River with Urim airfield at the background in Eshkol Park 10 miles west from Ofakim. The Middle East, February 27, 2001
A meadow and Nahal Besor River near Tel Sharuhen (view to the north) in Eshkol Park 10 miles west from Ofakim. The Middle East, February 27, 2001
View to the west along Nahal Nekarot River at southern side of Ramon Crater, 6 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
Nahal Tzefahot River, with Edom Mountains at horizon, 3 miles south-west from Eilat. The Middle East, January 17, 2002
Starting a trip along Nahal Tseelim River, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
Upper side walls of the horseshoe formation of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Caves along the trail on the eastern side of the horseshoe formation of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Nahal Bokek River in Judean Desert, view from Tsuk Tamrur hill, 3 miles west from Ein Bokek. The Middle East, April 17, 2001
Nahal Peres River 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
A mill near Ein Po em spring at Nahal Ammud River near Safed. The Middle East, April 19, 2001
Desert plants near Nahal Nekarot River at southern side of Ramon Crater, 6 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
Nahal Shani river below Red canyon, 9 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
View of Nahal Besor River to the north from Tel Sharuhen hilltop in Eshkol Park 10 miles west from Ofakim. The Middle East, February 27, 2001
Caves in the upper side walls of the horseshoe formation of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Nahal Sekhvee River north from Safed, landscape of a wadi in Upper Galilee. The Middle East, April 19, 2001
Nahal Nekarot River (?) at southern side of Ramon Crater, 6 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
Nahal Tzefahot River, 3 miles south-west from Eilat. The Middle East, January 17, 2002
Cliffs of Nahal Ardon river in Ramon Crater just before sunset. The Middle East, February 9, 2002
Horseshoe formation (a round tilted pit 200 - 250 m in diameter and 30 - 40 m in depth with a flat bottom surrounded by caves) of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
One of tributaries of Nahal Nekarot River at southern side of Ramon Crater, 6 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
Sunset seen from confluence of Nahal Ardon and Nekarot rivers in Ramon Crater. The Middle East, February 9, 2002
Upper pools of Nahal Arugot river in Ein Gedi park. The Middle East, April 4, 2002
View of a big pool behind the second fall of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Descent to Dead Sea along Nahal Peres River, 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona, 200 m south from a hill and a jeep road. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Nahal Arugot river in Ein Gedi park. The Middle East, April 4, 2002
Mysterious black stones collected on a terrace near Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Chalk hills at Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Mills (?) at Nahal Ammud River near Safed. The Middle East, April 19, 2001
One of tributaries of Nahal Nekarot River at southern side of Ramon Crater, 6 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
Descent to Dead Sea along Nahal Peres River and a jeep road in the area of Har Tsurim, 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Flowers along trail 2223 overlooking canyon of Nahal Keziv river, 2 miles north-west from Mi ilia. Galilee, the Middle East, March 31, 2002
Caves at Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Nahal Peres River 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona, 100 m south from a hill and a jeep road (there is a deep canyon to the right). The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Nahal Shani river east from Red canyon, 9 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
Thorny plants near a small pool of Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
A big pool with mosquito larvae behind the second fall of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Sky seen through caves in the upper side of the horseshoe formation of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Canyon of Nahal Sekhvee River north from Safed. The Middle East, April 19, 2001
Lower Nahal Mishmar river, near Dead Sea. The Middle East, February 21, 2002
Spring flowers at lower Nahal Mishmar river, near Dead Sea. The Middle East, February 21, 2002
Spring plants at lower Nahal Mishmar river, near Dead Sea. The Middle East, February 21, 2002
Nahal Tseelim River and Dead Sea, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
Caves with traces of a dried spring on the left, at Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Open parts of Nahal Darokh river on Zin valley, with the horseshoe formation on the background, 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Descent to Dead Sea along Nahal Peres River, 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona, 400 m south from a jeep road. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Nahal Shani river above Red Canyon, 9 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
Chalk hills at Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Ancient donkey path from Safed to the mills of Nahal Ammud along Nahal Sekhvee River. The Middle East, April 19, 2001
A tributary of Nahal Nekarot River running from southern side of Ramon Crater, 6 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
Sunset seen from confluence of Nahal Ardon and Nekarot rivers in Ramon Crater. The Middle East, February 9, 2002
A trail above Nahal Keziv river, 1 mile north-west from Mi ilia. Galilee, the Middle East, March 31, 2002
Nahal Mor (?) river, view from a road along Dead Sea. The Middle East, March 29, 2001
Horseshoe formation (a round tilted pit 200 - 250 m in diameter and 30 - 40 m in depth with a flat bottom surrounded by caves) of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Shallow parts of Nahal Bokek River in Judean Desert, 3 miles west from Ein Bokek. The Middle East, April 17, 2001
Shallow parts of Nahal Bokek River in Judean Desert, 3 miles west from Ein Bokek. The Middle East, April 17, 2001
Landscape near Nahal Nekarot River at southern side of Ramon Crater, 6 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
View of the Negev Desert to the west along Nahal Nekarot River, 6 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
A.S. at entrance to Nahal Tseelim River Gorge from Dead Sea, 2 miles north from Masada, view from a parking place. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
Fresnel-shaped patterns on yellow limestone at the bottom of small caves of Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Chalk hills at Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Open parts of Nahal Darokh river on Zin valley 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Valley of Nahal Bokek River in Judean Desert, 3 miles west from Ein Bokek. The Middle East, April 17, 2001
The fruit garden (bustan) watered from a spring at Nahal Ammud River near Safed. The Middle East, April 19, 2001
Iscandria flour mill (?) at Nahal Ammud River near Safed. The Middle East, April 19, 2001
Descent to Dead Sea along Nahal Peres River, 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona, 250 m south from a hill and a jeep road. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Descent to Dead Sea along Nahal Peres River and a jeep road in the area of Har Tsurim, 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Descent to Dead Sea along Nahal Peres River and a jeep road in the plateau near Har Tsurim, 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona, view to the north with Har Hamarma (?) at the horizon. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Horseshoe formation (a round tilted pit 200 - 250 m in diameter and 30 - 40 m in depth with a flat bottom surrounded by caves) of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker, view from lower site. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Valley of Nahal Bokek River in Judean Desert, 3 miles west from Ein Bokek. The Middle East, April 17, 2001
Ancient trail along Nahal Sekhvee River near Safed. The Middle East, April 19, 2001
Ancient trail along Nahal Sekhvee River near Safed. The Middle East, April 19, 2001
Upper Nahal Darokh river 5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Dried stream going to upper Nahal Darokh river 5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
A big tributary of Nahal Nekarot River and Ramon s Tooth (black hill) at southern side of Ramon Crater, 6 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
Descent to Dead Sea along Nahal Peres River, 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona, 500 m south from a jeep road. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Upper part of Nahal Shani river, 9 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
Upper Nahal Darokh river 5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Tributary of Nahal Darokh river going through chalk hills 4 miles east from Sde Boker, view from lower site. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
One of tributaries of Nahal Nekarot River at southern side of Ramon Crater, 6 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
Descent to Dead Sea along Nahal Peres River and a jeep road in the area of Har Tsurim, 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
A ridge in Hatira Mountains 4 miles east from Sde Boker, near the upper Nahal Hatsats river. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Blackened brain-like stones in limestone in Hatira Mountains 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker, near the upper Nahal Hatsats river. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Gnawed skull of a small animal in a cave at Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
A hill near a waterfall of Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
A waterfall and a trail bypassing it on Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Steep parts of Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
An orchid flower on a trail along Nahal Sekhvee River near Safed. The Middle East, April 19, 2001
Upper Nahal Darokh river 5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
View from caves at Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Descent to Dead Sea along Nahal Peres River, 2 miles north from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 15 miles east from Dimona, 300 m south from a jeep road. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Upper Nahal Darokh river 5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001

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