Photographer's Note

Reading the note would be very useful:

What shown here is the massive three layers border with Lebanon, view from Shtula, a village at 680m ~ above sea-level established in 1966.

The reason to build a massive concrete defense wall, which stretches for 200m and 4 meters high, was following the abduction of two soldiers which led to the outbreak of the Second Lebanon War in 2006, shooting directly into Shtula from Ayta-ash-Sha'ab, the town 1.5km~ across to Lebanon.

It is a protecting wall par-excellence.

Later, a group of eight graffiti artists participated in a project called "Talking walls" to decorate the wall with a theme calling for peace (WS's).
The border is monitored 24/7, consist with three layers: the village iron fence, the concrete wall and another iron-barbed fence beyond, which shown on the elevated trail leading to the military observation post.

Will show more pictures of the graffiti painting in due time.
Location at 33.0877, 35.3205 on the map.

Picture converted from RAW, F10, 1/400, ISO100, spot.

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Additional Photos by Ike Harel (ikeharel) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 13653 W: 644 N: 26184] (110474)
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