The map of Israel is painted in reverse here from an eastren point of view (compare to ob. 2025). At the top of the picture is a light blue sky above a deep blue sea. The north of Israel is represented in the upper left portion of the picture. The coast is yellow, Mt. Carmel and the Galillee mountains are brown and the Israel valley, connecting Mt. Carmel to the Sea of Gallilee, is represented by a large green stain. The Jordan river is a slight blue line integrated with the green Jordan valley. The Judea mountains are represented by reddish brown lines. A pencil drawing is mounted over the center of the map on a white paper which conceals both the coast and part of the sea. It depicts five stairs represented using linear perspective. On the drawing is a large green x. Behind the drawing on the right side of the picture is the brown Negev and the yellow coast. Below the drawing is the Dead Sea represented using a lighter blue. The Arava is represented by a yellow stripe alongside the Dead Sea. At the bottom of the picture the Edom mountains are represented by large crimson brushstrokes.