Photographer's Note

As mentioned, the main attraction on our trip to the Negev-desert was the view down to the Yeruham-Crater, also named the Big-Crater (as there is a Small-Crater some 20+ km NE, and much larger Ramon-Crater in the Negev, 50+ km to the south). Clearly shown are the "breaking-layers" lines on the far side ridge.

A 14km long, 6km wide and 410m deep - result of 40 million years of earth activity (info from Wikipedia).
This spot on the map is at 30.9718, 34.972 on the edge of the crater along the #225 road (however we did not go further down in the road).

Several photos to follow with WS's as well.
Converted from RAW, F9.0, 1/400, ISO100, spot.

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Additional Photos by Ike Harel (ikeharel) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 14010 W: 647 N: 26891] (113501)
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