If you Ever Wondered Why God Chose This Land as His Own Then You Better Watch This

The rain and snow that falls in the winter on the mountainous areas of Jerusalem and Hebron, melts and flows through the riverbeds eastward towards the Dead Sea. After big rains, the normally dry, parched riverbeds flood with rapids moving quickly downward towards the lowest body of water in the world. Hiking in these riverbeds when there are flashflood warnings is dangerous and not advised unless you know where to walk and stand.
Flying in a drone above the floods, Amir Aloni, a well known Israeli photographer, catches the beauty and awe of the fast flowing water in the tributaries which feed into the Dead Sea. This kind of natural beauty is phenomenal and truly one-of-a-kind. Israel is truly a vibrant, varied and incredible land.

Plant Trees in Israel

Published: October 6, 2017