The Mizpe Ramon Crater

Mizpe Ramon is fascinating place in the Negev desert. I've never been to a desert before, and the trip from Jerusalem to Mizpe Ramon is one that I will not soon forget. The desert landscape is mistical and after while, it starts to really affect you as you travel through the sun. scrub and sand. [...]

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Jerusalem is in the middle of replacing its older bus shelters with a new modern design; complete with LED arrival boards and more comfortable benches. These new urban street furnishings are a welcome addition to a thriving city where the ancint meets the old, the old meets the new. But what do you do with [...]

Meet and Greet: The People of Basel

In German, residents of Basel are either Basler (for males) or Baslerin (females). In any language, they are interesting to observe as they go about their everyday business around the Marktplatz - the main square downtown. I felt particularly confident today and found that my personal feelings where "absorbed" in my photos - they seemed to be [...]

More Faces of Gotham

New Yorkers are a fascinating lot, who do a lot of things that I don't always understand (like standing on your head in Grand Central Station). Street photos are fun to take and because it is so busy on the streets and everyone is in a rush, I am finding that they are fairly easy [...]

More People Stories…

I was going through old photos and found some portraits that were "telling stories" - characters whose personalities were as powerful as they were subtle. The first man was taking a break from work in London style; bow tie, braces, pin-stripes, wing-tip shoes and an ironic attitude. "You aren't from an anti-smoking lobby are you?" [...]