Tag Archive: Middle East

Jaffa faces

  I wanted to post these next few images as they are people shots, something I rarely post, and I thought you might like to see some actual human beings in my shots.… Continue reading


Clothes belonging to refugee children from Sudan and Eritrea hanging out to dry in south Tel Aviv. About 500 homeless refugees sleep rough every night in south Tel Aviv, mostly in Levinsky park,… Continue reading

Copycat Bauhaus on Nameless Alley

Perhaps one of the most surprising things about this part of south Tel Aviv – and this is about as south as you can get, right on the blurry pseudo-border with Jaffa that… Continue reading

twilight zone, south tel aviv

When I first moved to Israel, I lived in a converted factory in south Tel Aviv, on an alley that didn’t even have a name. In the alley was another factory (photograph below),… Continue reading

ancient olive tree

These next few posts are photos that I have posted previously, on the old version of this blog. They are of the ancient olive tree in the Beit Jimal monastery near Beit Shemesh… Continue reading