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Colours of the Dead Sea

"There are many reasons why the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth and the largest "Natural Spa" in the world, is also one of the world's true natural wonders and a unique tourism destination. Starting with the Dead Sea itself, a one-of-a-kind body of water, 417 meters (1,373 ft.) below sea level with mineral-rich waters and mud flow with natural health and beauty benefits acclaimed globally."...The name "DEAD SEA" Was givven to this salt lake sea because NO Life of any kind of Fish can exist in the Dead sea because of Nature conditions of salts and other minerals.Just returned from a vacation in the Dead sea area...Here are 2 photos taken in the last week...The colours of the sea all the time changes,each hour,from each angle...different colours.Thanks for viewing and commenting.

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virginia mcgowan 22 Oct 2007

Love thes pics especially the second one--Amazing how I get to see all these beautiful art works from all over the world. thank you Nira

Mrs.David Jobes(Dee) Jobes 14 Oct 2006

Great commentary!!!Wow,gorgeous breathtaking beauty!!!So much History and Beauty that part of the world is blessed with!!! The bottom photo is stunningly gorgeous!!! Outstanding photography,my Friend!!! So glad to see you back, with Love&prayers,Dee:)

Artist Reply: Well,Dee..i'm so glad you enjoyed SO MUCH ,My posts of today...you definitely made my day..and actually my night with your comments,because thats what i read here last today.Thanks also for your love and prayers...my love and prayers to you and david as well,Nira

Loredana 14 Oct 2006

ABSOLUTE BEAUTY NIRA

Artist Reply: Thanks ALOT ,Loredama :-)

Anonymous Guest 14 Oct 2006

Both photos are so beautiful.I particularly love the second one,the contrasts between the deep blue of sea to the warm lighting of earth is just fantastic.i can feel the light waves of sea,as if i'm there.Just perfect shots,truly a pleasure to my eyes,thank you.

thea walstra 14 Oct 2006

Awesome photographs