|Intro:||My name is Yedidia Yerushalmi.|
I live in Jerusalem (according to my Hebrew family name), love animals, plants; seek for the nature splendor and find it everywhere.
Except for trips in the Israeli landscapes and few other countries, I frequency visiting with my camera, two special places in my city: The Biblical Zoo and the University Botanical Garden (I'm also volunteer there).
The Jerusalem Biblical Zoo is a large modern zoo, who keeps any rear species and subspecies of the Bible animals, aside of a variety of animal collection.
The University Botanical Garden is a large worldwide, geography zones based garden, which contains hundreds of Mediterranean, arid and other plant species. Every week I find there changes of flowering, fruitage, shedding of leaves etc. The Botanical Garden have also a great value, as shelter for many Israeli vulnerable wild plants.
I wish to share my nature experience with you, by TrekNature platform, and take part in yours experience, as reflected in yours excellent photos.
Thank you for viewing my photos.
|Camera:||Canon PowerShot S5 IS|
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