I finally got a chance to take a trip to Jerusalem during evening. My wife pushed me to do so, I didn’t want to leave her with all the mess at home, but most things were done, and the kids were halfway in bed, so she insisted – much appreciated. She understands my weird urges.… Continue reading Jerusalem by Night – A Late Evening Photo Walk
Some impressions from and thoughts on the interconnection and relation between the Christian and the Muslim Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem.
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Enjoy this trip to a wonderful piece of architecture in the center of Tel Aviv.
I like to share some thoughts on my previous primary focus on street photography, as the way I worked with my photography, but later changed my approach to documentary photography.
Take a walk with me through the streets of the Old City of Jerusalem, and get a sense of history and cultures mixed into an eternal and timeless space.
Recently I had a chance to visit the Old City in Jerusalem. I haven’t been there in months, everything being closed down, us being locked up at home. We finally found some respite, and I was eager to follow up on a meeting with a local priest, for a talk about a photo project I’m… Continue reading Emptied Streets and Hopes for Normalization
A new website has been born, and what has it brought the world? Well, so far nothing really. It’s just another digital place for someone to rant about things, which he feels is of importance, and acting as if everyone – or even anyone – would have any interest in whatever he has to say.… Continue reading Introduction