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Palestinian Cherries, Turkish Flags

rummalah-001.jpgCherries with a side of Turkish Flag. Ramallah, West Bank.

Co-existence in Ramallah.

rummalah-003.jpgA boy collects trash and sells gum at the Ramallah Jerusalem Checkpoint.

rummalah-004.jpgTrash Art

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Day 10 in Jerusalem

old-city-001.jpgYou find these mannequins in markets all over town, sporting the latest fashion in hijabs. I’ve wanted this shot
ever since my last visit here 2 years ago, and I think I might have gotten it this time.

old-city-002.jpgTaking cues from American Relics, my photo essay on American History as a spectacle, I’ve been photographing a lot of tourism scenes in Jerusalem, from the same perspective and style. I only spent about 5 minutes with the scene, and this is as close as I came to getting the shot. It’s almost there, but not quite. Hopefully I’ll have time to revisit the scene and get the foreground background interaction I’m looking for.


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guns and dolls in palestine

In the West Bank today.






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i’m an uncle

Despite the bulging belly of my single-serving airplane friend limiting me to two hours of sleep on the 10 hour flight from philly, I’ve only slept for 4 hours since yesterday’s arrival. It’s 4:30 am Middle East time now (that’s 7 hours ahead of you NC kids), so it looks like I’ll be doing the same tonight.

Sleep schedules aside, my brother made me an uncle 2 months ago! Here’s Baby Khalid!

The family: posing, taking, preparing and rocking.

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