This geological feature in the Western Galilee is actually a large, natural stone arch that seems to divide heaven and earth. The arch is all that remains of the ceiling of a cave that collapsed, hence its name, keshet is the Hebrew for arch.
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The technical details – the photo was taken with a Nikon D70 digital SLR and 18-70mm lens in April (ISO 200, 18mm, F9 at 1/125 sec).
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