Born To Be Wild

Ilan Mizrahi's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" The Israeli “Harley Davidson” club members are riding rout 90 to support the Dead Sea in the UNESCO competition of the “Seven Wonders of the World. November 2010. Unfortunately the Dead Sea wasn’t included with the winners, and since than things around the lake are getting worse.          

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Curiosity

Ilan Mizrahi's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Palestinian kids at Ein Feshkha nature reserve, Israel, Jordan Valley, 1995    

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Directing The Camel

Ilan Mizrahi's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Muhammad Abu Awethah (22 years old) is helping his camels to mate at the northern Israeli shore of the Dead Sea. Israel, February 2012. He and his brothers are shepherds, leading a flock of 120 camels for Bedouin that stopped wondering like in the old days, but still wants to own a camel as a status symbol.      

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Flintstones

Ilan Mizrahi's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Flintstones landscape, Og Stream, Israel, Jordan Valley, September 2016    

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Mud Man

Ilan Mizrahi's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Mineral Beach, Dead Sea, Israel, November 2007. Today, the place where the picture was taken is closed to the public, after a huge sinkhole opened at the beach parking lot.  The Picture was taken on assignment for Time Magazine, on a story named “The business of mud” that was focusing on AHAVA cosmetics enterprise at the Dead Sea region. 

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NBN-001

Deborah Cherki's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Flamboyant tree (Delonix regia). Photographed in October at Kibbutz Almog, Dead Sea. Native to Madagascar. 15 sec. exposure - f/2.8, using only existing street lights. Plastic effect added on picture.     

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NBN-002

Deborah Cherki's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Flamboyant tree (Delonix regia). Photographed in October at Kibbutz Almog, Dead Sea. Native to Madagascar. 10 sec. exposure -  f/2.8, using only existing street lights.     

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NBN-003

Deborah Cherki's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Macro-photography. Stamen of Bougainvillea flower. Photographed in September at Kibbutz Almog, Dead Sea. Native to South America. 1/160 sec. exposure -  f/2.5         

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NBN-004

Deborah Cherki's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Trunk of Ceiba insignis tree. Photographed in October at Kibbutz Almog, Dead Sea. Native to Mexico, Central America. 15 sec. exposure - f/2.8, using only existing street lights.       

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NBN-005

Deborah Cherki's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" North Indian Rosewood tree (Dalbergia sissoo). Photographed in November at Kibbutz Almog, Dead Sea. Native to the Indian Subcontinent and Southern Iran. 8 sec. exposure - f/2.8, using only existing street lights. Plastic effect added on picture.       

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NBN-006

Deborah Cherki's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" A Viola tricolor flower with a spider on it. Photographed in March at Kibbutz Almog, Dead Sea. Native to Europe and Asia. 1/160 sec. exposure -  f/2.5       

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NBN-007

Deborah Cherki's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Ceiba tree. Photographed in October at Kibbutz Almog, Dead Sea. Native to Mexico, Central America. 15 sec. exposure - f/2.8, using only existing street lights. Plastic effect added on picture.        

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NBN-008

Deborah Cherki's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Ficus benjamina tree. Photographed in October at Kibbutz Almog, Dead Sea.  Native to Asia and Australia. 15 sec. exposure - f/2.8, using only existing street lights. Plastic effect added on picture.     

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NBN-009

Deborah Cherki's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Spathodea tree (African tulip tree). Photographed in October at Kibbutz Almog, Dead Sea. Native to tropical Africa. 8 sec. exposure - f/2.8, using only existing street lights. Plastic effect added on picture.        

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NBN-010

Deborah Cherki's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Albizia Lebbeck tree (Siris). Photographed in October at Kibbutz Almog, Dead Sea. Native to the Indian subcontinent, New Guinea and Northern Australia. 15 sec. exposure - f/2.8, using only existing street lights. Plastic effect added on picture.       

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Out Of The Convoy

Ilan Mizrahi's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" A convoy of camels walks outside the Palestinian city of Jericho. Jordan Valley, May 2011      

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Shallow water

Ilan Mizrahi's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Palestinian ladies at Ein Feshkha nature reserve, Dead Sea, Israel, Jordan Valley, 1995      

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Stuck in the mud

Ilan Mizrahi's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Palestinian men at Ein Feshkha nature reserve, Dead Sea, Israel, Jordan Valley, 1996      

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The Camel Boy

Ilan Mizrahi's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Kalya Beach, Dead Sea, Israel, February 2012. Mussa Abu Awethah (19 years old) from the Sawarkah Bedouin tribe is riding his camel at the northern Israeli shore of the Dead Sea. Mussa and his brothers are shepherds, leading a flock of 120 camels for Bedouin that stopped wondering like in the old days, but still wants to own a camel as a status symbol.    

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Village Time

Ilan Mizrahi's Fine Art Photography Prints Masada Exhibition 2016 - "Life at the bottom of Earth" Late afternoon at a village, Jordan, February 2007 The picture was taken on assignment for the “International Atomic Energy Agency” Magazine. One of the projects is led by the IAEA that supervised on the Israeli Biofly Factory. Biofly is a company that is working with the Inspection and Plant Protection Service (IPPS) of Israel to supply sterile medfly males to the Arava and the Jordan Valley.     

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