Photographer's Note

Every fall in almost every late morning there are a number of flocks of Grey-Grus “families” completing another leg in their journey, migrating to the south along the Afro-Syrian-Rift, and coming to land – an awesome sight (like an airplanes squadrons on a landing strip) on the Hula fields, when they come to rest and to be fed mostly with corn spread in purpose by the reservation keepers and farmers in co-operation.

View is due north, with the highest mountains on the far side are across the border to Lebanon, and the most northern town of Metula in Israel is shown on left mid 2/3 height of the picture.
With a careful look, there is a line across the picture space which is a fields irrigation system on wheels, already shown on this picture .

RAW converted into JPEG, F5.6, ISO100.
33.111, 35.593 on the map.


Hula lake history, in this link. Pronounces Ku-La.

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Additional Photos by Ike Harel (ikeharel) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 12253 W: 615 N: 23077] (98304)
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