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207-34. En Aneva spring (to the left) and Tseelim Canyon behind it, view from Roman road from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001

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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
A terrace and opening of Tseelim Canyon to Dead Sea, view from Roman road from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
End of Nahal Tseelim canyon from the Roman road to Masada, 2.5 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Desert acacia on an old Roman road along Dead Sea from Masada to Tseelim spring. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
En Aneva spring and pools at Nahal Tseelim with ruins of ancient agricultural buildings above, 2.5 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Tseelim River, view from Roman road along Dead Sea from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Northern tributary of Tseelim River, view from Roman road from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Rocks behind En Namer spring in Tseelim Canyon 3 miles north-west from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
A pool near En Namer spring in Tseelim Canyon 3.5 miles north-west from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Approaching of En Namer spring in Tseelim Canyon 3.5 miles north-west from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Approaching of En Namer spring in Tseelim Canyon 3.5 miles north-west from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
A trail between rocks behind En Namer spring in Tseelim Canyon 3.5 miles north-west from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Landscape near En Namer spring in Tseelim Canyon, 3.5 miles north-west from Masada. The Middle East, September 29, 2001
A trail over rocks behind En Namer spring in Tseelim Canyon 3.5 miles north-west from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Masada fortress on the top of a hill, view from Roman road 1 mile north from Masada at evening. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
View of a hill with Masada fortress on the top from the Roman road 1.5 miles north from Masada at evening. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Streams and small canyons (Masada Marls) in the direction of Dead Sea, view to the east from Roman road 0.5 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Tseelim Canyon 2.5 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
A wadi in Tseelim Canyon, 3.5 miles north-west from Masada. The Middle East, September 29, 2001
Lower Tseelim Canyon, 3 miles north from Masada, near Dead Sea. The Middle East, September 29, 2001
Nahal Tseelim River Canyon, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
Entrance to Tseelim Canyon, 3 miles north from Masada, near Dead Sea. The Middle East, September 29, 2001
Creeks going through marls (powdery chalk substance) to Dead Sea, view to the east from Roman road 1 mile north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
A narrowing wadi in Tseelim Canyon, 3.5 miles north-west from Masada. The Middle East, September 29, 2001
Riverbed and canyon (resembling Ein Avdat) of Nahal Tseelim 3 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Flat open area of Tseelim Canyon (Gei Bahak) 3 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Crows on a limestone in Nahal Tseelim Canyon, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
Pools of water on a flat area of Tseelim Canyon (Gei Bahak) 3 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 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
Streams and small canyons carved in soft limestone in the direction of Dead Sea, view to the east from Roman road 0.5 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
Desert acacia in bloom along the Roman road 1 mile north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
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
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
View of opening of Tseelim canyon south from Maale Tseelim ascent near Dead Sea. The Middle East, February 21, 2002
Spring flowers along a trail near Tseelim river, 2.5 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, February 21, 2002
Spring flowers along a trail near Tseelim river, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, February 21, 2002
Riverbed of Nahal Tseelim 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, May 17, 2001
A Roman camp east from Masada hill, near the Dead Sea. The Middle East, November 8, 2001
Nahal Tseelim River, 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
Nahal Tseelim River and Dead Sea, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
Acacia tree at Nahal Tseelim, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
Entrance to Nahal Tseelim River Gorge, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
Starting a trip along Nahal Tseelim River, 2 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, January 20, 2001
View of remains of a Roman camp (?) and Dead Sea from a trail north from Masada. The Middle East, December 7, 2000
Ein Akev Tahton spring (view from above) in Nahal Akev creek canyon, 3 miles north-east from Avdat. The Middle East, February 15, 2001
View from north-west corner of Masada, with remains of a Roman camp at background. The Middle East, December 7, 2000
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
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
View of a canyon in Ein Bokek from a road along the Dead Sea. The Middle East, September 29, 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
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
A small spring in the canyon of Ein Bokek, near Dead Sea. The Middle East, September 18, 2001
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
View of lower Tseelim river south from Maale Tseelim ascent near Dead Sea. The Middle East, February 21, 2002
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
View of Ramon s Tooth from distance of 4 miles on the opposite side of Ramon Crater to the south-east from Mitzpe Ramon Visitor s Center. Road 40 to Eilat is seen near the horizon to the left, with Har Hadav (?) mountains behind it. Contrast of the picture was enhanced to decrease haze. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
Approaching Tseelim river, 2.5 miles north from Masada. The Middle East, February 21, 2002
View of Nahal Mtzada canyon and south-western slopes of Masada north from Mount Eliazar. The Middle East, January 31, 2002
Masada marls, view to the east from Mount Eliazar, near the Dead Sea. The Middle East, November 8, 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
Wadi in the area of Nahal Tseelim, view to the north from Mount Eliazar, near the Dead Sea. The Middle East, November 8, 2001
Judean Desert above canyon of Nahal Rahak creek 2 miles south from Masada, view to north-west. The Middle East, January 31, 2002
Nahal Akev creek canyon below Ein Akev Elyon spring, 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
Masada marls (powdery chalk wadi), view to the east from Mount Eliazar, near the Dead Sea. The Middle East, November 8, 2001
Masada marls (powdery chalk wadi), view to the east from Mount Eliazar, near the Dead Sea. The Middle East, November 8, 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 David Creek canyon from a trail to Shulamit spring in Ein Gedi. The Middle East, April 26, 2000
View of David Creek canyon from a trail to Shulamit spring in Ein Gedi. The Middle East, April 26, 2000
View of Ramon Crater to the east from a rim, with a lookout place to the left. Mitzpe Ramon, the Middle East, February 1, 2001
View of Masada hill north from Mount Eliazar, near the Dead Sea. The Middle East, November 8, 2001
View of Masada hill north from Mount Eliazar, near the Dead Sea. The Middle East, November 8, 2001
View of a trail west from Masada from Mount Eliazar, near the Dead Sea. The Middle East, November 8, 2001
A summit of Ramon s Tooth, view to the east, with Ramon Crater to the left, 5 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
A summit of Ramon s Tooth, view to the east, with Ramon Crater to the left, 5 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
A summit of Ramon s Tooth, view to the east, with Ramon Crater to the left, 5 miles south-east from Mitzpe Ramon. The Middle East, May 3, 2001
View of Masada hill north from Mount Eliazar, near the Dead Sea (bright sun). The Middle East, November 8, 2001
View of Masada hill north from Mount Eliazar, near the Dead Sea (sun in clouds). The Middle East, November 8, 2001
Snake path to Masada hill, view to the north from Mount Eliazar, near the Dead Sea. The Middle East, November 8, 2001
View to the direction of Masada from Maale Bokek Ascent (there is a mysterious glow of Dead Sea). The Middle East, February 22, 2001
View to the direction of Masada from Maale Bokek Ascent (there is a mysterious glow of Dead Sea). The Middle East, February 22, 2001
A bottom of Ramon Crater, with hills covered by tanned black stones, view to north-east from a top of a hill. A grey spot to the left is an exposition of basalt prisms on a bank of a dry river. The Middle East, February 1, 2001
Masada Marls, view from ascent to Mount Eliazar, south from Masada. The Middle East, January 31, 2002
Masada Marls, view from ascent to Mount Eliazar, south from Masada. The Middle East, January 31, 2002
A cable car along the Snake path to Masada hill, view to the north from Mount Eliazar, near the Dead Sea. The Middle East, November 8, 2001
Ein Akev Tahton spring creating a small sub-canyon in canyon of Nahal Akev wadi, 3 miles north-east from Avdat. The Middle East, November 17, 2002
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
Lower Nahal Peres Canyon 1 mile north-west and above Arava junction (Road 25 to Dead Sea), 17 miles east from Dimona, view from Maale Peres to the north-west. The Middle East, May 10, 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
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
View of Roded Valley with Mount Shehoret to the left from Byzantine (?) quarries of Boded (Lost) City, 4 miles north-west from Eilat. The Middle East, December 13, 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
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
View of Dead Sea near Ein Bokek from the southern side of the canyon. The Middle East, February 22, 2001

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