From the Forty-Ninth Floor
When I had to go to Tel Aviv for a narration job last week, I decided to head in a few hours early and spend some time at the top of the circular Azrieli Tower (there are also a triangle and a square), looking down on Greater Tel Aviv from the observatory. Here are some pictures I took while I was there.
(Click on any photograph to see a larger version.)
Looking out to sea:
The Ayalon Freeway:
Looking out toward Ramat Gan and the Diamond Exchange:
The Tel Aviv North train station is at the center of this photo:
A guide you can hold in the palm of your hand. This little gizmo plays recordings that tell you exactly what you’re looking at, plus a good deal of background material:
Finally, the elevator showing the number 49 just before it began its descent. If you look carefully, you can see the photographer from at least two angles—and no, I didn’t plan it that way!
Oh, yes, the voice-over job went just fine.