HaBima is the Israeli national theatre. It was renovated in the last few years and was re-opened a while ago. It’s located in one end of Rothschild avenue, that I was exploring.
Just out side the building, there’s a plaza, a big stone surface that can be used to a variety of purposes – skateboarding, walking the dog, relaxing in front of a shallow lake etc.

I spent some time there, trying to “feel” the place. I didn’t see many people, although it was the time in which plays and concerts usually end. Maybe the cold made people stay at home.


From a distance


I can’t really say that I got the most out of the place. One can use the light that is coming from the building in so many ways, use different angles to take the photo.
One day I’ll return to it.

2 thoughts on ““HaBima”

  1. Wow, these are some great shots. Very Impressed. I’m guessing you have a great camera, but you definitely have a great eye. come check me out if you get a chance.

    1. thanks.
      all i have is a nikon D90. these shots were taken with a 24mm f/2.8 lens.

      will drop by shortly in your blog.

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