This is Edo. He has no doubt that he was created in God's image and it is, therefore, perfectly appropriate to worship him. Who said God was shy?
This is Guy Petel, our intrepid photographer. Lets give him a round of applause. His name in Hebrew, btw, means "raspberry valley".
This and the next two pictures were taken at Kiryat Shmona.
The Katiysha which destroyed this car landed 1 meter away from a large propane gas tank located next to a large apartment building.
Merkava IV tanks.
WTF? Apples on the front lines?
The secret to precise shooting is to have your cigarette (preferably 100) perfectly aligned with the barrel of a rifle. That apple didn't have a chance.
OK, time for some action.
Hmmm, shall we go, or shall we stay? It doesn't look safe...
Hahahaha! Just kidding!
The next series of pictures were taken while Edo and Guy were trying to get to a place that was previously hit by missiles and on fire while more missiles rained on.
Whew! We made it...
Top of Manara cliffs with damaged lifts. The whole top of the mountain was blown up and on fire. The pink residue on the ground is from the airplanes trying to put out the fire.
There is only one way to crush the spirit of the Israelis, which would be to take their cell phones away from them. Instant chaos and depression will ensue. So lets make sure they never run out.
The next set of pictures is of some kind of a church 30 minute drive from the Lebanese border, close to Sea of Galilee. Looks like a temple dedicated to all religions. Edo has no idea of its name, nor who built it or for what purpose, but says the place is absolutely mind-boggling and pictures don't do it enough justice. He says everyting there was built very meticulously and in a certain order for a reason. Maybe annie heard of it.
Uh-oh. Looks like this side-view mirror is about to go...
Coyotes? GSDs? A secret Mossad weapon?
Where those lights are on the background is the actual "gate to Lebanon".
And boker tov.
The Jordan river.
Those are not fish. Those are-whatchamacallit?-tadpoles. (/in-joke).
And finally, our last picture. I don't think it needs captioning.
Qantar’s role in the attack on the coastal town of Nahariya 27 years ago would make this an especially bitter pill for Israelis to swallow. A policeman was killed and a family taken hostage when Qantar’s group burst into their home.
Danny Haran, 28, was shot at close range in front of his terrified four-year-old daughter Einat, whose head was then smashed with a rifle butt.
The dead man’s wife Smadar hid in a loft with their two-year-old daughter Yael, keeping a hand over her mouth to stop her crying out. But the girl suffocated, leaving Smadar Haran bereft of her husband and both daughters.