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    My Well Traveled Year of 2015

    January 2, 2016

    For the last few years, or actually since my blog exists, I am trying to keep up with the tradition of writing a summary of my previous year in terms of my work and travels. Looking back at my previous posts from previous years (20122013, 2014) is a great opportunity for me to see my growth personally and professionally.

    2015 has been quite a busy year for me.

    I’ve been traveling to Europe, the US and Africa. The latest has been an eye opener experience I will not easily forget. And while I was back in Tel Aviv, I was busy shooting stories in the city for various magazines in Europe. Tel Aviv seemed to be a popular destination to write about.

    In January I have travelled with my boyfriend to Val Gardena, in the Dolomites of South Tyrol. As a semi pro skier, he wanted to teach me how to ski. Since I have never skied before (not even when I was living in New York) and after three try outs that failed to keep me standing still on the snow, I have preferred to take pictures and document others skiing, then sliding the snow slopes myself.

    Travel in Val Gardena

    Travel in Val Gardena Italy

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  • Let’s Travel Somewhere: Florence

    I am very excited to collaborate for the THIRD time with one of my favorite Travel sites, Let’s Travel Somewhere. My first story was about Vietnam, the second story was about New York, and…

    December 9, 2013
  • Florence; Featured in SisterMag

    Issue no. 7 of SisterMag is all about Italy. I was so excited when Thea asked me to contribute to this issue, and I already knew that from all Italian cities I’ve traveled to, I…

    May 10, 2013
  • AT Magazine January Issue

    On September 2012 I was visiting Rome to shoot RetRome, a boutique hotel in Celio neighborhood, few steps away from the Colosseum. The hotel, managed by two Israelis, is unique by its retro and…

    January 17, 2013
  • RetRome; Vintage Retro Hotel in Rome

    I must admit that when I travel, I’m being quite picky in choosing accommodation. Choosing the right place for the right mood and moment, sometimes can make all the difference. This is why I…

    September 20, 2012
  • Naples; a City of great Contradictions

    “Napoli is like a woman you fall in love with by mistake. First, it attracts you by its magnetic passionate force, but once you experience the bad manners of the Neapolitans, you cool off'” This…

    September 18, 2012
  • The Hanging Stories of Naples

    ‘You have to go to Naples’  This is what every body who saw or heard about my on-going photography project ‘Intimacy Under the Wires‘ kept telling me. So I did. I did go to…

    September 16, 2012
  • Window or Aisle: Carla Coulson

    I’ve been following ‘Carla Loves Photography’ website for almost a month now. It was after Carla herself commented on one of my previous guest blogs for ‘Lost in Cheeseland’ (another great blog I am following)…

    July 4, 2012
  • Few thoughts before my birthday

    One of my closest friends tends to measure her Birthday and the year that passed by the number of places she has visited and the number of people she fell in love with. In…

    June 5, 2012
  • Skip Town: Through Their Eyes

    I don’t really remember when and how exactly I found out about Skip Town but I do remember quite well how much I liked it instantly. Its simple yet sophisticated design, the useful and detailed…

    June 4, 2012