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View of a valley of Zin River from a serpent road south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
A plateau of Negev desert(view to south-east) 1.5 miles south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, November 17, 2002
View of Zin Valley south-east from promenade of Sde Boker college, with Keden Akev hill on horizon. The Middle East, November 17, 2002
Desert plateau 2 miles south-east from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Going down and approaching a road from Ein Avdat Reserve, with Nahal Horim creek hills behind it, 1 miles south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
View of Tzin Valley south-east from Sde Boker college. The Middle East, December 18, 2001
View of Ben Gurion tomb (in the center) and Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker from 1 mile distance to the north on the opposite side of 100 m deep Tzin canyon (the serpent road goes down to Ein Avdat Reserve). The Middle East, February 15, 2001
View of Tzin Valley south-east from Sde Boker college. The Middle East, December 17, 2001
A desert plateau covered by flint stones (view to south-east) 1.5 miles south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
View of Keden Akev hill behind Tzin Valley south-east from Sde Boker college. The Middle East, December 18, 2001
View of Tzin Valley south-east from Sde Boker college, with Keden Akev hill at the background. The Middle East, December 18, 2001
View of Tzin Valley south-east from Sde Boker college, with Keden Akev hill at the background. The Middle East, December 18, 2001
A plateau of Negev desert covered by flint stones (view to south-east) 1.5 miles south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, November 17, 2002
Smooth dark green leaves of Mediterranean squill, Hebrew name hatzav, on a plateau of Negev desert 1.5 miles south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, November 17, 2002
Approaching a road from Ein Avdat Reserve, 1 miles south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, November 17, 2002
A spring flower among flint stones 1.5 miles south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Approaching a road from Ein Avdat Reserve, 1 miles south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Tzin Valley south-east from Sde Boker college. The Middle East, December 17, 2001
Crossing Nahal Divshon creek, 1.5 miles south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Flint stones and a plant of a plateau of Negev desert 1.5 miles south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, November 17, 2002
Flint stones of a plateau of Negev desert 1.5 miles south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, November 17, 2002
A plant on a plateau of Negev desert 1.5 miles south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, November 17, 2002

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