The look on the girls face in the next photo show that she is anxious about the way the man approaching her is looking at her. She seemed about 12 and probably borrowed her moms pumps to look grown up but succeeded a bit too well. In contrast, the orthodox girls always wear long skirts and, by not watching the models in the media, don't feel the pressure to dress otherwise. Click for more
Throwing a water bottle.
I love Purim in Israel. Even in trying to capture diversity by travelling to several cities with contrasting cultures and religious observance, I still found the common celebration and underlying unity rather than differences. Everyone dressed up, everyone delivered baskets of goodies and פורים שמח was sounded all around by cab drivers and singing yeshiva bochur groups alike.
In general, Israeli's do not drink alcohol other than a polite sip for kiddush and when they meet someone really drunk they have this look of amusement to perplexity though there are those with outright aversion for anyone even slightly inbibed. I thought that those drinking were still sweet, singing kindergarden songs such as "Today is Friday, tomorrow is Shabbat Kodesh." or pronouncing loud words of torah and telling everyone that they love the Am Yisrael.
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