You always do a great job of staying wordless! :)
I am not sure if that would keep out a really keen thief!
just add it to the "why i should make aliyah" list. great pics.
Robin,I always love seeing your photos!
There is always something interesting when I come here. You are a top Wordless Wednesdayer!
Great catch WW! hope you'll visit my WW entry too...Have a nice day ahead!
These are strong, to say the least. The key-man logo on the lock really is something, too.
Definitely has got to be Mr Muscle to be able to break that lock for sure :P
Dammit, know I have to take a different pair of tongs to get in, lol !!
Another great shot of yours, Robin!
That lock is hysterical!!! LOL!
Great shots, Robin. I especially love the closeup of the lock. Keyman cracks me up. :D
Very interesting shots. Thanks for visiting. Happy WW!
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That lock looks so menacing ... I love 'rusty' things as subjects for photography. Rust is in! happy WW!
That picture speaks for itself.Happy Wednesday!Melissa
You do make the mundane things look more interesting with your photos.. awesome Shining Through
Looks closed to me! Nice pic
Locked up tight! Great shots.Thanks for the visit, and I hear ya: I hope to make it to Israel one day, but its so far from Hawaii... ;-) But I'm sure you'll agree both places are worth visiting despite the distance.Happy WW
Oh and by the way, congrats on making me actually laugh out loud with your "you've even managed to make Newark Airport look good!" comment. Best comment ever! lol :-D
Oh, I can draw several meanings...HappyWW!
Great shots! I really like the lock with the light and contrast. Very nice.Just curious...are hospitals open on the Sabbath? And is this a stupid question!???
Hospitals are definitely open (though elective surgery isn't performed). There is also an "on-duty" pharmacy in every city. In Tel Aviv and some other areas observance is less universal, with restaurants and places of entertainment staying open while most stores are closed.In more observant areas everything (non-essential) is closed.And no, of course it's not a stupid question. Asking questions is the best way to learn :).
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