Daily Archives: February 3, 2014

Tel Aviv and its History

Althought it is not the official capital of Israel, The White City is the country’s pulse, the center of the Israelian Economy , culture and cuisine. It’s hard to believe that these streets were nothing but sand dunes. Having risen from empty sand dunes less than a century ago, Tel Aviv could never hope for […]

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The City of Collective Memory

The name of a city’s streets and squares, the gaps in its very plan and physical form, its local monuments and celebrations, remain as traces and ruins of their former selves. They are tokens or hieroglyphs from the past to be literally reread, reanalyzed, and reworked over time. Images that arise from particular historic circumstances […]

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“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”

That saying is the familiar pearl, ‘Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.’ We understand, through this widely used statement, that the concept of beauty is such a relative one that its defined terms change with whomever is actively doing the perceiving. What holds beauty to one, may not to another. It is a […]

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Words That Flow Like Water

Words that flow like water---------------unstoppable, undeniable, destructive......

Edith Levy Photography

Writing with Light

Realm of Empress Musie

Sharmishtha Basu's digital world

Simple Thoughts About Life & Stuff

This WordPress.com site is the cat’s pajamas

Words Of Birds

Left the Nest

Russel Ray Photos

Life from Southern California, mostly San Diego County

infinite satori

FOLLOW YOUR GOOSEBUMPS

Just-In-Time Travels

See the world with a camera

Leica Liker

Street Photography, Photo Journalism, Photography, Inspiration, Rants, Raves, and Everything Leica

Urban Observed Street Photography

A Blog By Street Photographer Christopher Devereux Based In Manchester

A Sweeter Thing

Unveiling all great things in Tel Aviv's White City

FWST

Celebrate you , Celebrate STYLE

Affatshionista

A Plus Size Life

Hey from Japan- or wherever the moving van arrives- Emily Cannell

Moving a Family When Everyone is Held Tightly in the Grips of Puberty or Menopause