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178-37. 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

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Approaching a road from Ein Avdat Reserve, 1 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, November 17, 2002
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
Crossing Nahal Divshon creek, 1.5 miles south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Desert plateau 2 miles south-east from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
A spring flower among flint stones 1.5 miles south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, February 15, 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 a valley of Zin River from a serpent road south from Ben Gurion College at Sde Boker. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Chalk hills at Nahal Darokh river 4 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
Chalk hills at Nahal Darokh river 4 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
A trail along Nahal Akev creek, 2 miles east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Nahal Akev creek canyon, 2.5 miles east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Desert landscape of Nahal Akev creek canyon, 2.5 miles east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Approaching narrowing of lower canyon of Nahal Tsafit Creek, 2 miles south-east from Arava junction. The Middle East, November 29, 2001
Approaching narrowing of lower canyon of Nahal Tsafit Creek, 2 miles south-east from Arava junction. The Middle East, November 29, 2001
A canyon of a short tributary of Nahal Akev creek, 3 miles north-east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
A tributary of Nahal Divshon creek, view to north-west from a trail 1.5 miles east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
A short tributary of Nahal Akev creek, view to north-west from a trail 2 miles east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
White Broom (Retama raetam) shrub in bloom in Nahal Akev creek canyon, 2.5 miles east from Avdat. 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
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
Ein Akev Elyon spring in Nahal Akev creek, 2 miles east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Nahal Akev creek canyon below Ein Akev Elyon spring, 2.5 miles east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Nahal Akev creek canyon below Ein Akev Elyon spring, 2 miles east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Ein Akev Tahton spring (view from above) in Nahal Akev creek canyon, 3 miles north-east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
A canyon of a short tributary of Nahal Akev creek, view to the north, 3 miles north-east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
A pool of Ein Akev Tahton spring in Nahal Akev creek canyon, 3 miles north-east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
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
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
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
A small canyon of Ein Akev Tahton spring in Nahal Akev creek canyon, 3 miles north-east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Ein Akev Tahton spring creating a small sub-canyon in Nahal Akev creek canyon, 3 miles north-east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Ein Akev Tahton spring creating a small sub-canyon in Nahal Akev creek canyon, 3 miles north-east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Approaching the end of the lower Nahal Peres Canyon 1 mile north-west and above Arava junction (Road 25 to Dead Sea), 17 miles east from Dimona, view to the north. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Zoomed view of a valley of Zin River from Ben Gurion tomb at Sde Boker at evening. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Nahal Shani east from Red Canyon approaching Nahal Raham, 8 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
Nahal Shani east from Red Canyon approaching Nahal Raham, 8 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
Nahal Shani east from Red Canyon approaching Nahal Raham, 8 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
View of Qeren Akev Mt. behind Zin valley from Ma ale Zin Road, 2 miles south-east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
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
Salty bush at the bottom of Nahal Shani east from Red Canyon approaching Nahal Raham, 8 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
Nahal Shani wadi approaching Nahal Raham, 8 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
Nahal Shani wadi approaching Nahal Raham, 8 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
Red flowers of mistletoe parasite on acacia in Nahal Shani east from Red Canyon approaching Nahal Raham, 8 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
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
Upper Nahal Darokh river 5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Upper Nahal Darokh river 5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Upper Nahal Darokh river 5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Upper Nahal Darokh river 5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Caves at Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Acacia in Nahal Shani wadi approaching Nahal Raham, 8 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
Under acacia in Nahal Shani wadi approaching Nahal Raham, 8 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
View from caves at Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Nahal Darokh river below the horseshoe formation, 4 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
Steep parts of Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
A succulent plant in Nahal Shani wadi approaching Nahal Raham, 8 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
Open parts of Nahal Darokh river on Zin valley 4 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
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
Dried stream going to upper Nahal Darokh river 5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
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 of Nahal Peres to the right). The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Thorny plants near a small pool of Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
A ridge in Hatira Mountains 4 miles east from Sde Boker, near the upper Nahal Hatsats river. 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
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
Riverbed and canyon (resembling Ein Avdat) of Nahal Tseelim 3 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 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
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
Mysterious black stones collected on a terrace near Nahal Darokh river 4.5 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 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
Upper side walls of the horseshoe formation of Nahal Darokh river 4 miles east from Sde Boker. The Middle East, April 9, 2001
Approaching a bottom of Ramon Crater, view to the east (zoomed). Hills are covered by black stones. Eastern rim is seen at far distance. The Middle East, February 1, 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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Approaching a bottom of Ramon Crater, view to the east (hills on the bottom are covered by black stones). The Middle East, February 1, 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
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
Desert landscape of Nahal Akev creek canyon, 2.5 miles east from Avdat. The Middle East, November 17, 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
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
Approaching beginning of a canyon of Nahal Bokek in Judean Desert, on a plateau 2 miles west from Ein Bokek. The Middle East, April 17, 2001
Stones of the lower canyon of Nahal Tsafit Creek, 2 miles south-east from Arava junction. The Middle East, November 29, 2001
Beginning of the lower canyon of Nahal Tsafit Creek, 2 miles south-east from Arava junction. The Middle East, November 29, 2001
An ancient riverbed (?) on a trail 1.5 miles east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Wide part of lower canyon of Nahal Tsafit Creek, 2 miles south-east from Arava junction. The Middle East, November 29, 2001
Limestones near narrowing of lower canyon of Nahal Tsafit Creek, 2 miles south-east from Arava junction. The Middle East, November 29, 2001

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