Photographer's Note

Typical pedestrian road in Sarona-Colony and one WS with an old house from the Templar era that now is restored – but kept original contour-lines and style.
From Wikipedia:
Sarona was a German Templer colony established in Ottoman Syria in 1871. Sarona is now a neighborhood of Tel Aviv.
It was one of the earliest modern villages established by Europeans in Ottoman Palestine. In July 1941, the British Mandate authorities deported 188 residents of Sarona, who were considered hard-core Nazi sympathizers.
Restoration project:
Since 2003, the Tel Aviv municipality has been working to preserve and restore Sarona. Restaurants, Café's, food market and boutiques hosted in the old houses.

Location on the map: 32.0725, 34.7881 .
RAW, main picture is F8.0, 1/60, ISO100, spot.
Enhanced contrast by just a bit to off-set strong daylight.


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