I must thank him for all his help!!
Let's see who can match the pictures to the blurbs. Of course, please understand that I couldn't post a picture from every link, just a few! Enjoy!
The Babka Nosher put up some great scenes form the shuk.
And Yitz shows us a great ocean view.
Psycho toddler shows his stuff in lovely costume and some other here.
Temunot means pictures, and these are great, these, too!
Yes, it's poetry, at The Blue Jew Walker.
Cosmic X's pictures of the bridge being built in Jerusalem are probably more beautiful than the bridge will be.
Fred's photo art is fantastic!
There are some unusual scenes on Lazer Beams.
Jacob Da Jew was a Chassidishe Blogger on Purim.
Guess where? from SWFM!
Soccer Dad shows melting ice.
My husband posted an old picture; can you find him?
Two cities on Life in Israel. And here's my (his) son, the popcorn machine.
For a riveting slideshow of Israeli Purim pictures, visit the Orthodox Anarchist.
Tammy as a...., well it was Purim, nu?
More Purim, Haman, by Bagel Blogger.
See Purim in Jerusalem on A Jewish Blog.
Here's Jewish Blogmeister's Purim Leapard!
Take a look at the whole megillah by "shrosin."
Here are some amazing Purim Pictures on Letters of Thought.
And more wonderful Purim Pictures, these batches are on Planet Israel.
Kumah's Purim collection includes the eclipse.
There are some Purim pictures up on the Muqata; strangely one looks very familiar. I'm sure I saw it through the lens.
More Purim preparations and Purim pictures, this time from RaggedyMom.
NOT PURIM PICTURES
Here's a unique picture by the Bagel Blogger, who else!?
The Baleboosteh has a new banner! I understand that she also has a new camera, and here are some great new pictures!
Look underneath the City of David with Planet Israel.
Here's a simply gorgeous black and white from a Simple Jew and a peek of a sweet child.
Let's see Las Vegas in Orieyenta's eyes.
When it comes to jpix, ~Sarah's~ a tough act to follow for sure.
Happy whole half birthday to Yakira on Dot Co Dot Il.
Ophir Pines-Paz visits David on kibbutz in the Negev.
Sara with no h posted views which take your breath away. And she also posted some great almond blossoms.
Everything looks so different in late afternoon light. But don't you think that the early morning sky is just the most…?
Yes, there's nothing like focusing in on nature, and I love the way the temporary IBA studio photographed at the book fair.
Jewess reviews a book of photos of Jewish women in the FSU. (hat tip to my husband)