Willow Street, Sharon Springs
It has been almost a year since I last visited Brent and Josh in Sharon Springs. I traveled there from Toronto with my friend Jessica Hodgson, whom I
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Thank GD, it is NOT a Torah, just a machine printed prayer book. Phew, scared me a little, cause I cannot believe for ONE minute that anyone would have left behind a Torah, they are always handwritten, can never contain even one mistake, and cost about $50-$100 K each.
OOPS! My bad. Thanks for setting me straight.
Common to not know, no problem. I have some lovely shots of the working synagogue that is in Sharon Springs. Families from the Williamsburg area, I believe, come up in the summer, still, if I am not mistaken, and open it for their use. There is a non working Mikvah somewhere on Division street, I believe that would be nice to get a look see of~
The photos are beautiful. I enjoyed all of them, however, I was wondering what you did with the Torah? Did you just leave it there or find a special place for it? I look forward to your 5 things. Thank You.
Ilona, we left it where we found it. It didn’t seem right to remove it.
I do understand that. My curiosity would have gotten the best of me and I would have tried to find the family, if possible, but you probably did the right thing. Thanks for your reply.
Sharon Springs has so many hidden treasures. This is my all time favorite.
Breathtakingly beautiful. The image of the Torah is so haunting. She has a great eye for the unusual, detail and color!
Beyond beautiful to wake up to this morning……..thank you..
I think this is my favorite 5 Beautiful Things ever! Wonderful!
I so enjoy your 5 beautiful things everyday.
The wonderful rusted lantern still shines its own light. Beautiful eye of photographer.It truly is a mystical place. thanks for the beautiful tour.
Beautiful as usual. The rundown building and the Jewish book are priceless.