The week in readers' pictures

Jerusalem Post readers send us their best shots of the week.

 (photo credit: DEBORAH STRAUSS)
(photo credit: DEBORAH STRAUSS)
  Send photos of what you saw or did this week to Jpostmagphotos@gmail.com with your name and where the picture was taken. Feel free to add additional related info about the photo and/or suggest a caption.

TRYOUTS FOR the role of Hedwig in the new Harry Potter film open next week. It would be wise to give a hoot and bring your owl – like this one from Kibbutz Geva. (Deborah Strauss)
FLAT TIRE in the trunk: The enterprising zoo elephants have opened a puncture-repair business to supplement income during the tourist-poor pandemic.  (Stuart Gherman)


THE WORLD according to Harp: If you want to look sharp, sit on a tarp and play a harp (but not while eating a carp) near Jaffa Gate. (Sandra Prais)

IF YOU wish to see fish – and not just on a dish – then swish on over to the astonishing Gottesman Family Israel Aquarium in Jerusalem. (Ruth Scheuler)
FOR THE BIRDS: This columbarium at the Herodion was utilized two millennia ago to breed pigeons as a food source and for their droppings, which could be used as fertilizer. (Barbara Zaffran)