Friday, 17 April 2009

The Flow

"Israel, Galilee Land, Beit Netufa. Beit Netufa valley hosts the National Water Carrier, the main water project of Israel. Its main task is to transfer water from the rainy north of Israel to the center and arid south and to enable efficient use of water and regulation of water supply in the country. Early plans were made before the establishment of the state of Israel but detailed planning started only after Israel's independence in 1948. The construction of the project started during the planning phase, long before the detailed final plan was completed and signed in 1956. The picture was taken at 1800 feet above gound". Taken by Ofir Ben Tov

1 comment:

Carolyn said...

Thank you for the history and what a wonderful picture...I love the colours and the detail. Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend.