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  • Kotel

    The Kotel (wailing wall) sometimes presents a strange assortment of characters and interesting interactions. A colleague of mine who lives nearby goes to the plaza on a daily basis - capturing faces.

    Posted at February 9, 2013 | By : | Categories : Locations | 0 Comment
  • The Artist’s Journey

      The Artist's Journey When you finish school and open a studio, you find that your studio is full of ‘books’. all sorts of books are on the shelves. Books from those who taught you about art, about what great art looks or sounds like. books of great artists who inspired you. books of art works that you wish to imitate or at least ensure that they influence your work. books about the art you DON’T want to make. about the styles ...

    Posted at January 27, 2013 | By : | Categories : Inspirations | 0 Comment
  • New Age Tel Aviv Architecture

    The increasing gap between income levels impacts Tel Aviv new age architecture.

    Posted at November 22, 2012 | By : | Categories : Locations | Comments Off on New Age Tel Aviv Architecture
  • Bridge Over Blue

    Jaser A-Zarka - The Arabic name 'Bridge over blue' originates in an old bridge over the local river 'Alligator's River' (these are long gone). The poorest village in Israel is a neighbor to one of the country's wealthiest towns - Caesarea. The ancestors of village's residents were Bedouin slaves who found a home in this seaside village. The village is all pastel like colored ...

    Posted at November 22, 2012 | By : | Categories : Locations | 0 Comment
  • Alonei Abba Oak Forest

    In the past Israel was covered with forests of mainly Oak, Acacia and Carob trees. A few historical events lead to cutting of much of these forests: - When the land was conquered by Joshua thereby - creating open spaces for agricultural fields. - During the construction of Solomon's temple. - For the glass industry (required wood for generating heat). - Feeding the steam train system built ...

    Posted at November 22, 2012 | By : | Categories : Locations | 0 Comment
  • Judean Desert Heights

    Between the Judean mountain ridge and the creeks of the Dead Sea lies the Judean Desert plain. A scattered Bedouin population, military zones and a lack of 'big' attractions make this inspirational desert a tourist free zone and a soul opener for the documentary and landscape photographer.

    Posted at November 22, 2012 | By : | Categories : Locations | Comments Off on Judean Desert Heights
  • Jerusalem Backyards

    Makor Baruch is an old neighborhood that lies between the rushing Machne Yehuda Mediterranean style market and the ultra orthodox neighborhood of Mea Shearim. Bright stone walls, tin roofs, everything-improvised-style alleyways and a mostly by foot transportation make this diversely populated neighborhood a great destination for street photography.  The workshop will include tips on real estate photography. Photography by Carolina Reid

    Posted at November 25, 2012 | By : | Categories : Locations | 0 Comment
  • Northern Negev Plains

    One of the less traveled regions of the country due to extensive military zones is a nesting area for many bird and animal species spending their winter away from any large populated areas.

    Posted at November 22, 2012 | By : | Categories : Locations | 0 Comment
  • Hula Lake

      Hula valley was once a large swamp. The Israelis dried the swamps during the 1950's, to eliminate malaria and gain land for agriculture (as poetically documented by photographer Peter Marom). Some of the original swamps were left untouched, and dried lands were returned to their original 'status' in recent years, to support bird migration. Today Hula is a major ...

    Posted at November 22, 2012 | By : | Categories : Locations | 0 Comment
  • Fingerprints of the Gods

      Hancock - Fingerprints of the Gods. Revisiting the Past:  

    Posted at August 25, 2012 | By : | Categories : Inspirations | 0 Comment
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