Chasing waterfalls

Now that the rain has subsided, it’s time to get out of the house and investigate where all the water’s gone.

By MEITAL SHARABI
January 22, 2015 16:40
Nahal Banyas

The 10-meter waterfall in Nahal Banyas. (photo credit: HADAR YAHAV)

 
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