Asylum Seeker Takes Refuge in Art

Using only a mobile phone camera, Sudanese refugee Noureldin Musa finds beauty in the desert surroundings of his present residence: the Holot Detention Center.




Photo of the Week – Nimrod’s Fortress

Built in the 13th century, Nimrod’s Fortress in the Golan Heights is a stunning place to explore local history.




Revealing the Collective Memory

Working with traditional materials in an non-traditional fashion, photographer Moria Lahis has created a series of contemporary photos that evoke a feeling of the past.




Photo of the Week – Epiphany at the Jordan

Pilgrims are baptised in the Jordan River.




Salt of the Earth

Photographer Elisheva Shaked examines the complex relationship between nature and a landscape scarred by human hands.




Photo of the Week – Banias torrent

During the summer it’s one of Israel’s most tranquil spots, in the winter the Banias Waterfall becomes a raging torrent.




Tel Aviv Beachfront in the Storm

It’s not every day that the city sees nature at its rawest, says photographer Basti Hansen, who ventured out to post images directly from a storm-swept beachfront.




Photo of the Week – Winter in the Negev

In the winter, the seemingly barren hills of the Negev desert turn a vivid green.




Tel Aviv Port in the Storm

As inclement weather makes its way to shore, photographer Elyssa Frank captures the mood at the Tel Aviv port.




Photo of the Week: Get ready for snow!

The capital city and the North brace for a major winter storm moving in this week.