Who said there is no such thing as a "pie in the sky"?
It's Sundog season. A mass of cold air came in from the southeast yesterday signalling cold and wet weather ahead producing this halo in the afternoon as the sun dipped towards the western horizon.
I set off to follow the halo westward and got another image near Beit Guvrin, in the foothills of Judea.
The winter wheat is doing just fine.
Somewhere near Ashtod, the sun set and the halo effects disappeared. I found myself in an orange grove with the Rosetta Stone of all industrial warnings.
There are five languages warning not to drink the water; but, no one except Brother Tom could possibly find a spigot to open.