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180-19. View of a giant dry waterfall at the end of the canyon from the southern side of the Bokek creek canyon. The Middle East, February 22, 2001

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View of the opposite side of the canyon and Ein Bokek at Dead Sea from the southern side of the Bokek creek canyon. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Giant dry waterfall at the end of a canyon of Bokek River near Ein Bokek and a rim of a desert plateau. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
A small cliff on the southern side of the Bokek creek canyon, view to the north. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
View of Ein Bokek hotels from the southern side of the canyon. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
View of Dead Sea near Ein Bokek from the southern side of the canyon. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
View of Dead Sea salt pans in Jordan (zoomed) from the southern side of the Bokek creek canyon. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
View of Dead Sea and Ein Bokek hotels from the southern side of the canyon. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
View of Ein Bokek hotels (zoomed) from the southern side of the canyon. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
View of Dead Sea salt pans near Ein Bokek from the southern side of the canyon. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Upper southern side of the Bokek creek canyon. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Upper southern side of the Bokek creek canyon and shallow parts of Dead Sea behind it. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
South side of Bokek canyon above Ein Bokek. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Upper northern side of the Bokek creek canyon and hills of Judean Desert. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
View of Ein Bokek and Dead Sea salt pans from the top of Bokek canyon. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Hills in Judean desert to the north, behind Bokek creek canyon near Ein Bokek. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Canyon of Bokek River and Dead Sea at Ein Bokek. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Canyon of Bokek River and Dead Sea at Ein Bokek. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Canyon of Bokek River and Dead Sea at Ein Bokek. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Canyon of Bokek River and Dead Sea at Ein Bokek. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Canyon of Bokek River and Dead Sea at Ein Bokek, zoomed. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
A cave at the entrance to a canyon of Bokek River. Ein Bokek, the Middle East, February 22, 2001
Upper terraces of a canyon of Bokek River near Ein Bokek. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
View of Judean Desert, Nahal Bokek, and beginning of its canyon from a hill, 2.5 miles west from Ein Bokek. The Middle East, April 17, 2001
View of Judean Desert, Nahal Bokek, and beginning of its canyon from a hill, 2.5 miles west from Ein Bokek. The Middle East, April 17, 2001
View of Bokek Creek canyon from the plateau, near Ein Bokek. The Middle East, May 20, 2000
View of Bokek Creek canyon from the plateau, near Ein Bokek. The Middle East, May 20, 2000
View of Bokek Creek canyon from the plateau, near Ein Bokek. The Middle East, May 20, 2000
Common black birds Tristram s grackles (?) on a rim of Bokek creek canyon. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
A common black bird Tristram s grackle (?) sitting on a rim of Bokek creek canyon. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
View of a canyon in Ein Bokek from a road along the Dead Sea. The Middle East, September 29, 2001
A common black bird Tristram s grackle (?) sitting on a rim of Bokek creek canyon, zoomed. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
The top of Nahal Bokek canyon, with hotels of Ein Bokek and Dead Sea behind it. The Middle East, April 17, 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
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
A small spring in the canyon of Ein Bokek, near Dead Sea. The Middle East, September 18, 2001
Limestone walls of the canyon of Ein Bokek, near Dead Sea. The Middle East, September 18, 2001
A pool in Ein Avdat canyon, view from the top of waterfall. The Middle East, May 10, 2000
View from Ein Bokek Canyon. The Middle East, March 3, 2000
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 Nahal Tseelim canyon from a southern tributary with En Aneva spring 2.5 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
View of the canyon and Dead Sea from Maale Bokek ascent. The Middle East, March 25, 2000
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
Ein Akev Tahton spring (view from above) in Nahal Akev creek canyon, 3 miles north-east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Canyon of Ein Bokek Creek. The Middle East, March 25, 2000
Canyon of Ein Bokek Creek. The Middle East, March 25, 2000
Canyon of Ein Bokek Creek above the spring. The Middle East, March 25, 2000
Canyon of Ein Bokek Creek above the spring. The Middle East, March 25, 2000
Canyon of Ein Bokek Creek above the spring. The Middle East, March 25, 2000
A shallow waterfall of Nahal Bokek in Judean Desert, on a plateau 2 miles west from Ein Bokek. The Middle East, April 17, 2001
A waterfall at the end of Nahal Peres Canyon, view to north-west from Maale Peres, 0.5 miles north-west and above Arava junction (Road 25 to Dead Sea), 17 miles east from Dimona. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
A waterfall at the end of Nahal Peres Canyon (with water pools), view to north-west from Maale Peres, 0.5 miles north-west and above Arava junction (Road 25 to Dead Sea), 17 miles east from Dimona. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Nahal Akev creek canyon, 2.5 miles east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
View of Ein Bokek from Maale Bokek Ascent. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Desert landscape of Nahal Akev creek canyon, 2.5 miles east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Ein Bokek hotels at Dead Sea, view from Maale Bokek Ascent. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
A canyon of a short tributary of Nahal Akev creek, 3 miles north-east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
Mountains on northern side of Nahal Tseelim Canyon, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
Mountains on northern side of Nahal Tseelim Canyon, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
Mountains on northern side of Nahal Tseelim Canyon, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
Entrance to Ein Bokek canyon. The Middle East, May 20, 2000
Ein Bokek Canyon. The Middle East, March 3, 2000
Ein Bokek Canyon. The Middle East, March 3, 2000
Northern side of opening of Peres canyon, view to the north from Maale Peres, 0.5 miles north-west and above Arava junction (Road 25 to Dead Sea), 17 miles east from Dimona. The Middle East, May 10, 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 fall on a side of Nahal Shani east from Red canyon, 9 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
A side wadi of Nahal Shani east from Red Canyon, 8 miles north from Eilat. The Middle East, February 7, 2002
A cave at the entrance to Ein Bokek Canyon. The Middle East, March 3, 2000
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
A pool of Ein Akev Tahton spring in Nahal Akev creek canyon, 3 miles north-east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
View of the Dead Sea from the opening 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 east. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
A terrace and opening of Tseelim Canyon to Dead Sea, view from Roman road from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
En Aneva spring (to the left) and Tseelim Canyon behind it, view from Roman road from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Beginning of the lower Nahal Peres Canyon 1 mile north-east from Tamar ascent to Dead Sea (Road 25), 17 miles east from Dimona, view to the west. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
The upper Nahal David ending by a giant waterfall. Ein Gedi, the Middle East, March 29, 2001
Nahal Mishmar canyon and the Dead Sea from the southern lookout. The Middle East, February 21, 2002
View of hotels of Ein Bokek and Dead Sea from Maale Bokek ascent. The Middle East, April 17, 2001
Beginning of the lower canyon of Nahal Tsafit Creek, 2 miles south-east from Arava junction. The Middle East, November 29, 2001
Stones of the lower canyon of Nahal Tsafit Creek, 2 miles south-east from Arava junction. The Middle East, November 29, 2001
Wide part of lower canyon of Nahal Tsafit Creek, 2 miles south-east from Arava junction. The Middle East, November 29, 2001
Behind a fall at the beginning of the 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
Limestones near 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 fall at the beginning of the lower canyon of Nahal Tsafit Creek, 2 miles south-east from Arava junction. The Middle East, November 29, 2001
Wide part of lower canyon of Nahal Tsafit Creek, 2 miles south-east from Arava junction. The Middle East, November 29, 2001
Metzad Bokek fort near Ein Bokek. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Maale Bokek Ascent from Ein Bokek. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Metzad Bokek fort near Ein Bokek. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Metzad Bokek fort near Ein Bokek. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Maale Bokek Ascent from Ein Bokek. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Hills in Judean desert above Ein Bokek, view to the west. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Hills in Judean desert above Ein Bokek, view to the north. The Middle East, February 22, 2001
Nahal Bokek River in Judean Desert, view from Tsuk Tamrur hill, 3 miles west from Ein Bokek. The Middle East, April 17, 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
View of the Dead Sea Works from the opening of Nahal Peres Canyon 0.5 miles north-west and above Arava junction (Road 25 to Dead Sea), 17 miles east from Dimona, view to the north-east. The Middle East, May 10, 2001
Hills in Judean desert above Ein Bokek, near Maal Bokek Trail. The Middle East, February 22, 2001

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