I Love Sunset

Sunday, July 25, 2010

I shoot these photo when I had a walk by the beach during those times that I felt sad and only. And this is one of my favorite. It was calm and peaceful afternoon walk.

Netanya, Israel

In Jewish Religion , Shabath officially begins at sunset, not it gets dark, so no amount of clouds can bring in Shabath earlier. That being said, Jewish communities actually do have the custom of lighting Shabath candles 18 minutes before sunset. These 18 minutes provide a grace period for watches and clocks set to slightly different times, ensuring that no one begins Shabath any later that the actual sunset.
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Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Wow, the photo of sunset in Israel is really awesome. Your information about Shabath in Israel is really very educational. Israel is truly a blessed nation, truly the apple of God's eyes. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.

Anne said...

perfect sis.... ka nice jud ang pagka shot da..

Eden said...

Simply gorgeous. Great capture.

Maubrey said...

hi charmie..reading your blog..sweet kisses for u

Chuchie | Chie Wilks said...

what a great view sunset and story..thanks for sharing sis

JETTRO said...

ganda ng pagkakakuha nang image pwedeng wallpaper

napadaan nkikibasa

mattscradle said...

Ganda naman nung picture nung tinitignan ko parang nasisilaw ako. I have my own version of ”Sunset” here but it's a poem written by my sister. :-)

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