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142-28. Remains of pottery on a beach. Ashkelon, the Middle East, June 2, 2000

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Ancient pottery on the sea bank at Ashkelon beach. The Middle East, June 2, 2000
Ruins of the ancient harbor. Ashkelon, the Middle East, June 2, 2000
View of Ashkelon from sandy dunes of north-west area. The Middle East, June 2, 2000
Remains of ancient Philistine Ashqalon in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
A chameleon caught on remains of Crusader fortress in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
A frightened chameleon caught on remains of Crusader fortress in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
View of remains of Crusader bastion from the sandy hill in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
View of remains of Crusader bastion and a pillar from the sandy hill in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
A.S. in the park of Ashkelon. The Middle East, May 6, 2000
Weeds in the park of Ashkelon. The Middle East, May 6, 2000
Weeds in the park of Ashkelon. The Middle East, May 6, 2000
A beach of Ashkelon. The Middle East, May 18, 2002
Ruins of the ancient port of Ashkelon. The Middle East, May 6, 2000
Ruins of the ancient port of Ashkelon. The Middle East, May 6, 2000
Ruins of the ancient port of Ashkelon. The Middle East, May 6, 2000
A beach in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, May 18, 2002
Sunrise, view from a highway near Ashkelon. The Middle East, December 30, 2000
Mediterranean beach in Ashkelon. The Middle East, October 5, 2002
A Mediterranean beach in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Remains of an Arab house of Majidal Asqalan (?) village captured in 1948 situated left from Itzhak Ben Tsvi Street north from the bus station. Ashkelon, the Middle East, April 5, 2001
Limestone at Mediterranean beach in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Ruins of Crusader fortress or harbor at Mediterranean beach in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Wide spread autumn flowers of pancratium near Mediterranean beach in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Decaying ruins of an ancient harbour fallen in the sea at Mediterranean beach in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Ruins of an ancient Crusader s fortress destroying by the sea at Mediterranean beach in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
A granite pillar among ruins of ancient harbour washed out by the sea at Mediterranean beach in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Ruins of cisterns (?) of an ancient Crusader s fortress destroying by the sea at Mediterranean beach in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Decayed granite pillars from an ancient Crusader s fortress at Mediterranean beach in southern Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Remains of ancient Nabatean city Mamshit, near Dimona, view behind the gate. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
View of remains of a Roman camp (?) and Dead Sea from a trail north from Masada. The Middle East, December 7, 2000
Common autumn flowers of pancratium in dunes near Mediterranean beach in southern Ashkelon, with tracks of lizards on the sand. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Remains of feldspar mines mined by a British geologist Williams during World War II in mountains near Coral Beach, 3 miles south-east from Eilat. The Middle East, January 13, 2001
View from north-west corner of Masada, with remains of a Roman camp at background. The Middle East, December 7, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, an area that is not yet excavated. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view o dams. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabatean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, one of rooms in the House of the Affluent . The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Remains of feldspar mines mined by a British geologist Williams during World War II and trails of Arab workers from Akaba on a mountain near Coral Beach, 3 miles south-east from Eilat. The Middle East, January 13, 2001
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona. The Western Church with a mosaic floor. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view of the House of Affluent from an observation tower. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
On a beach near Dor. The Middle East, August 24, 2000
A beach in Tel Aviv. The Middle East, December 28, 2000
Shipwreck on a beach near Dor. The Middle East, August 24, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view of the Mamshit stream. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view to the south from an observation tower, with the Western Church on background. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
A tourist hotel on the beach in Eilat. The Middle East, May 13, 2000
A beach north from Akhziv. The Middle East, September 7, 2000
Sea on Akhziv beach north from Nahariyya. The Middle East, September 7, 2000
Akhziv beach north from Nahariyya. The Middle East, September 7, 2000
Eroded limestone on a beach near Habonim. The Middle East, August 24, 2000
Flowers growing on limestone on a beach near Dor. The Middle East, August 24, 2000
View of Jaffa from Tel Aviv beach. The Middle East, July 15, 2000
Remains of beach access boardwalk from Beachtown arcade over dunes of East Beach. Galveston, Texas, November 15, 2008
Dolphins on Coral Beach south from Eilat. The Middle East, March 18, 2000
Roman aqueduct in Caesarea on the beach of Mediterranean Sea. The Middle East, April 22, 2000
A junk tank on a beach near Rosh Hanikra. The Middle East, September 7, 2000
A beach north from Akhziv. Rosh Hanikra is on the horizon. The Middle East, September 7, 2000
Mediterranean beach closed for public, near ruins of Achzib. The Middle East, September 7, 2000
Akhziv beach north from Nahariyya. Rosh Hanikra is on the horizon. The Middle East, September 7, 2000
View of the Coral Beach Reserve in Eilat, Red Sea and Jordan from a nearby mountain. The Middle East, May 13, 2000
Remains of beach access boardwalk from Palisade Palms Condominiums over dunes to East Beach (the dunes were gone after a hurricane Ike). Galveston, Texas, November 15, 2008
Remains of Atar Nahal Beqa caravan camps (1991-1996) built during a period of mass immigration of Russians and Ethiopians thanks to a former housing minister Ariel Sharon (well known for expansion drive of Jewish settlements). Southern Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 4, 2000
Remains of Atar Nahal Beqa caravan camps (1991-1996) built during a period of mass immigration of Russians and Ethiopians thanks to a former housing minister Ariel Sharon (well known for expansion drive of Jewish settlements). Southern Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 4, 2000
Remains of ancient Nabataean city Mamshit in Negev Desert near Dimona, view of a road to the Eastern Church and British police station ( Camel police ) made from ancient rocks in 1936 on the top of a hill. The Middle East, December 23, 2000
Sea south from Ashkelon. The Middle East, May 18, 2002
The sea in Ashkelon. The Middle East, October 5, 2002
The sea in Ashkelon. The Middle East, October 5, 2002
A park of Ashkelon. The Middle East, October 5, 2002
Crusader s fortress in Ashkelon. The Middle East, May 18, 2002
Akko Bay from Wall s Beach east from Old Acre. The Middle East, June 7, 2001
A big jellyfish on Argaman Beach south-east from Old City. Akko, the Middle East, June 7, 2001
Dunes north from Ashkelon. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
Wasteland in northern Ashkelon. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
Sunset at Mediterranean sea in Ashkelon. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Dunes north from Ashkelon. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
Dunes north from Ashkelon. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
Dunes north from Ashkelon. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
Dusty flowers of sea daffodil (sea lily, sand lily, Pancratium maritimum) on a beach south from Rosh Hanikra. The Middle East, September 7, 2000
Wave breaking sea barrage in Ashkelon. The Middle East, October 5, 2002
Poppies in dunes in northern Ashkelon. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
Flowers on a roadside north from Ashkelon. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
Ancient ruins washed out by the sea in Ashkelon. The Middle East, October 5, 2002
A meadow north from Ashkelon, near Tel Poran. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
The tip of a wave breaking sea barrage in Ashkelon. The Middle East, October 5, 2002
The tip of a wave breaking sea barrage in Ashkelon. The Middle East, October 5, 2002
Beaches south from Ashkelon at evening. The Middle East, September 19, 2001
Ant mound in dunes north from Ashkelon. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
Dunes along a road north from Ashkelon. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
Ancient ruins washed out by the sea in Ashkelon. The Middle East, October 5, 2002
Dunes along a road north from Ashkelon. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
Dunes north from Ashkelon, near Tel Poran. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
Flowers on a roadside north from Ashkelon. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. The Middle East, June 17, 2000
A tank near the museum in Latrun. The Middle East, June 17, 2000
A street in the Old City. Jerusalem, the Middle East, June 17, 2000
Dunes along a road north from Ashkelon, near Tel Poran. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
Dunes along a road north from Ashkelon, near Tel Poran. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
A turtle near a road north from Ashkelon, near Tel Poran. The Middle East, April 5, 2001
Ruins of Crusader s Fortress on a seashore of Ashkelon. The Middle East, October 5, 2002
Ruins of Crusader s Fortress on a seashore of Ashkelon. The Middle East, October 5, 2002

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