bougainvillea

I’ve not had time lately to take photographs, and before that the photos I did take were all very “factual”. I’d like to spend time on some more abstract photography…

Star Market, Rahat

Shouk al-majid (“star market”), a fruit and vegetables market in Rahat, Israel’s only Beduin city and the largest Beduin settlement in the world. Rahat has 33 separate neighborhoods, of which 32 are inhabited… Continue reading

Camels, ‘Um Batin

Camels going about their ungulate business in the newly recognized Bedouin village of Abu Kaff ‘Um Batin, east of Beersheba, in the Negev desert.

Jaffa from Charles Clore beach

Surfers on Charles Clore beach, just south of the Jaffa Old City. גולשים בחוף צ’רלס קלור, קצת דרומה מעיר העתיקה של יפו. The same view, between 1898 and 1914. Photo title “Jaffa from… Continue reading

Tel Aviv beach life

The beach has always been a big part of Tel Aviv life and culture. Below: Charles Clore beach, south Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv beach in the early 1940s (Matson Photo Service.)

dead sea

דג בת ים

Fish, Bat Yam beach.

cities and eyes

A few more photos from the disposable camera project. I like the way these turned out – not sharp, slightly hazy. They feel more photographlike. I also liked that there was a limited… Continue reading

Disposable

I took part in a photography project created by a London based photographer, Mayah Parmenter. You can read more about the project here on Mayah’s blog. Basically, Mayah is sending disposable cameras to… Continue reading

carnavale

Yosef, king of carpets

רחוב סלומון

Click on the photo to see it in a larger size! רחוב סלומון, נווה שענן בדרום ת”א. צילמתי את התמונה הזו מבפנים התחנה המרכזית הישנה Salamon Street, Neve Sha’anan, south Tel Aviv. I… Continue reading

old central bus station

I haven’t had time to post for a while. Up next are photos of the Old Central Bus Station area in south Tel Aviv. It’s not a place that you’d be wise to… Continue reading

bieber fever

A Justin Bieber (that prepubescent tweenybopper) craze has hit Israel, ahead of his upcoming gig here in Tel Aviv this Passover. His face is everywhere: posters, magazines, specially designed  t-shirts in the windows… Continue reading

a glimpse of a fortress

St Basil’s Cathedral and Lenin’s Mausoleum, Red Square, Moscow (early-mid 1990s). Moscow architecture is designed to make you feel small. To make you realize the State is bigger than you. A lot bigger.… Continue reading