Nothing is more rewarding than to sit in the shade, let the wind stroke your face and contemplate other people's problems, and while you feel the deep sense of grief and loss for others, your life will always seem to smile upon you.
That's cynicism, and it's the basic rule of getting perspective on life.
After all, you need some cynicism to be optimistic going through life knowing death is coming your way, no matter what you do.
Volfson park in Ramat Gan.
Sigma 10-20mm + Infra Red filter (Hoya R72).
I wanted the low angle to clear the back frame of all the houses behind that small hill. It worked.
Oh, man I was kind of proud about my "Relax" infrared ([link] just for fun) until I saw this. This is just a dream really, most of your deviations is what I call dreamscapes, not many people can achieve what you do: capture pictures of a surreal reality. And this takes much more than an expensive camera, it takes imagination. No amount of money can buy that.
Once again, the meaning you elucidate through your text (composed of photograph and accompanying text) is something special. It not only reaches out to a general audience in the feeling it creates, but it reaches me, and I'm sure many others, personally. I love the quality that your works have because of this fact that is always included in it.