tel aviv babel

November 4, 2014 / 0 comments

the bauhaus center in tel aviv is located in the center of the so called white city (the world’s largest district of bauhaus and international style architecture) at 99 dizengoff street close to the zina dizengoff square. one day i took the self guided audio tour with a rented mp3 player and a map which…

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arcade lovers

October 31, 2014 / 2 comments

i was used to be a gamer girl, not very serious but i own a bunch of gaming consoles and i even had one my father brought from a travel back in my gdr childhood. it was an 80’s atari (don’t recall the model number) and i played ‘pac man’ all day long (when my…

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day of the finals

October 29, 2014 / 0 comments

the scenic byway through the high desert of oregon is one of the most beautiful roads in the western u.s. the john day fossil beds painted hills unit is a must see in that area. and a must see is that little town named prairie city. it has an historic hotel worth to stay, a…

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joel, the blacksmith

October 28, 2014 / 0 comments

i accidently came to columbia when i was travelling the gold country via the famous hwy49. it rang a bell, somebody must have told me something about the town and i took the exit. i decided to visit the state historic park first, which is a restored gold rush town, half original half made from…

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walking together

October 27, 2014 / 0 comments

i travelled to israel for 10 days by my own. i have good friends over there so i wasn’t alone all the time. but when i was alone i was’nt it very long. i had an apartment in ben yehuda street in tel aviv very close to the beach. one day i decided to walk…

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the beginning

April 9, 2014 / 3 comments

We meet people every day. Some stick with us for a long time, some just appear for a moment and some go with us a certain distance before the disappear again. Each person we meet has a face and behind that face a story. When we photographers take a shot of the face while rushing…

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