An exhibition on a kibbutz would not be complete without a decent rural picture or three…

Dairy Cow: caught this one during feeding time

As explained in the title, I have some slightly different shots of my daughters 😉

Here are Four Pictures which share a wall together:

Here is the first set of pictures from my exhibition:

This split selfie is well known on my sites

This is the second time which I have participated in an exhibition and exhibited photographs. This is also the first time where it has been my own exhibition with exclusively my pictures.

The theme for this particular exhibition is “Faces from Out and About” where I show off portraits of people (and livestock) who I encounter around the kibbutz I live on and in daily life. This does include my family (surprise surprise!).

Personally, seeing one’s images printed out and hanging on a wall has an entirely different effect on me than seeing them digitally on a screen.

I am really glad to do my first exhibition where I live – on Kibbutz Ein Hashofet. I have to extend a big thank you to my friend Bill Strubbe of the Kibbutz Ein Hashofet Culture Department for being the driving force behind getting me to print, frame and hang up my work for people to peruse. Also, I am grateful to extend my thanks to Amos Nevo for his support and assistance in me acquiring the necessary photography gear to produce quality images. Lastly, thank you to all of the people who permitted me to use their portraits in my exhibition.

Old Fortifications in Northern Israel.

This was from a trip I was on in 2017! I am so glad that I found these images, the Old City is really worth a visit. If I had known where these photos were I would have added the synagogue ones to my “Recap on Religion” post.

…since Alex Findlay went on and on about how beautiful the area he lives in is…

Here is a small collection of the interesting residents of my area, those who would be better photographed with a macro lens…

Rural Israel is really worth taking a look at. Especially the area where I live in.

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