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Now this is what we call a ‘cold snap’: Photo Contest 173

Photo by Avril Meallem

HERE in Israel we've recently experienced one of the snowiest and wettest of winters. So we couldn't have chosen a better subject as 'Winter' for our latest Photo Contest. And some of the pictures on these pages certainly reflect that. Out of all the entries, our judges selected the picture of a Jeruslaem sunset from Avril Meallem as the winning shot. Their prize is a 32GB Ultra Class 10 SDHC card, of SanDisk Corporation – a global leader in flash memory storage solutions. 


Subject for the next competition for you to interpret in one picture is TRADITIONS.

Email your high resolution Jpeg as an attachment to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and don't forget to include your name, address and telephone number – and in a few words please tell us where your photo was taken. The closing date for entries is Tuesday March 18, 2014. Once again, a 32GB Ultra Class 10 SDHC card is the prize. The winner and a selection of other entries will appear in our next edition. Rules for the contest appear on the ESRA MAGAZINE website. Please note: Only one photograph per person is allowed. Multiple entries will be automatically disqualified. 

Nancy Milgram, of Nahariya: Snowy cactus in an Ariel backyard.
John Michael Simon, of Metulla: Mount Hermon taken from Metulla.
Frankie Cronin: The sea walls of Akko on a stormy day.
Avril Meallem, Jerusalem: Sunset from the roof of a building on Metudela Street, Jerusalem. Our winner.
Joey Kaplan, Moshav Manof, Misgav: One twin to another: “It’s not a laughing matter. This jersey will keep us both warm. It’s winter – it’s freezing outside.”
Ilan Hirschowitz: Rainbow near the power plant on the Hadera/Caesaria coastal road.
Avril Gordon, of Tel Mond: Jaffa sunrise on a rainy day.


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