Category Archives: photo essay

A Separate Beach – The New Yorker

http://www.newyorker.com/culture/photo-booth/separate-beach-tel-aviv-orthodox-women-only-michal-ronnen-safdie?mbid=nl_160910_Daily&CNDID=40866005&spMailingID=9493365&spUserID=MTMzMTg0ODI5Nzk0S0&spJobID=1000781526&spReportId=MTAwMDc4MTUyNgS2 A brilliant solution to the modesty issue:a separate beach for  religious women and i might add from personal experience,   a refuge place  for the shy or struggling with body image. And the orthodox religious Jewish men follow modesty rules … Continue reading

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what do dogs do when you have the flu?

True story! Dog: Walk me feed me walk me feed me. you are not dead yet? are you ? Are you dead? come on walk me feed me. human: ………………… oh no!she has a TICK on her face!!!!! jumping out … Continue reading

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Theater festival-Zurich day 1

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Sunshine on the last rainy Sunday in July

Me ,  my Son shine , and friends  and our elderly puppy , shell bee.

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Transitional stations

For further information about the wonderful photos please read “The New Yorker” August 1st edition From The New Yorker article “The trans community of Christopher street” -a photo essay by Mark Seliger in the newest issue of “The New Yorker” … Continue reading

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unintentionally

Written with my tears A poem for G.P He had black sunglasses on  but when he took them off,  his eyes were full of tears , i laughed nervously i had never seen a man cry before, not since my … Continue reading

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Yesterday

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