An untypical poster on a bus.
A small separate section of the Western Wall in a narrow passage near the Cottom Mechants' Gate.
Above a doorway in the German Colony, housing built by nineteenth century teutonic millennialists but now part of prosperous Jewish west Jerusalem.
General Gordon thought he could see a face at this site just outside the present city wall and so identified it as 'the place of the skull' and thus of Jesus' crucifixion.
A single star over Bethlehem. What are the chances of that?
'Our Lady of the Wall' near the Bethlehem checkpoint and written (painted) by an English icon writer who trains local icon writers in the monastery next door to it.