Apropo round shape (my previous post 'Rotunda'), and women (the Woman's Day celebrated on the 8th of March last week) :
The round Dizengoff square in the heart of Tel-Aviv, originally named Zina square (Zina, the name of the mayor's wife) in honor and praise of all the women of the city - is currently in the news - and that made me re-read my post "Fire and Water" from February 4, 2011 regarding the above square.
Dizengoff is the name of the first mayor of Tel Aviv, the name of the most iconic street in this city , the name of the square (the meeting point of this street with six lateral streets), and the name of what is known as Dizengoff Center which includes a mall and an oudoor vintage market.
The square is round, and so is the main attraction in the middle of it - the fountain named by its famous designer Agam - 'fire and water'. The regular visitors of the square are: kids (playing and feeding the pigeons), bicycle riders, dog owners walking their dogs, seniors resting on benches, joggers, and many others.
she looks good and so does the dog
Dad is watching boy feeding the pigeons
having a chat while sitting on blue (ugly) benches