Along with limestone, dolomite, sandstone and granite, there is also basalt in the north of Israel, an area of extinct volcanoes. Saar Falls is a waterfall that cascades into Nahal Saar in the winter rainy season. The nahal (stream bed) is the divide between the basalt of the Golan and the limestone of the Hermon. You can click on the image for a larger view (which may take some time to load depending on your Internet connection). Please share this post with your friends by clicking on the icons at the end of this message.
The technical details – the photo was taken with a Nikon D90 (digital SLR) camera with a Nikon 18-70mm lens on November 8 (ISO 400, 18mm, F4 at 1/60 sec). For another view check out my post at https://israeltours.wordpress.com/2010/02/26/saar-falls/
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