Ramallah Walks

Ramallah: Monochrome Diaries (2/2)

Ramallah: Monochrome Diaries (2/2)

This post is the sequel to the previous one, Ramallah: Monochrome Diaries 1/2, in which you can find a description of the images and the idea behind them. Again, these are sorted roughly

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Ramallah: Monochrome Diaries (1/2)

Ramallah: Monochrome Diaries (1/2)

Before August of this year I spent five years living in my original hometown of Ramallah. While there I had decided to shoot some black and white film with my Leica, knowing well

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Ramallah Walks IX

Ramallah Walks IX

The 9th photographic collection in my Ramallah Walks series offers an odd mixture of nostalgia, film noir, intense light, vivid colour, and a sprinkle of politics. All these elements come together to offer

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Ramallah Walks VIII

Ramallah Walks VIII

Continuing with my ongoing photo blog series, Ramallah Walks, the 8th post is a bit overdue, containing images from early Winter all the way through early Spring. I’ve been enjoying my walks in

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Ramallah Walks VII

Ramallah Walks VII

This summer was a slow one for photography, I was feeling low on inspiration in my hometown. I was experiencing negativity everwhere I walked on the streets of Ramallah and I desperately looked

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Ramallah Walks VI

Ramallah Walks VI

I can’t say that I’ve quite figured out how I feel about Ramallah after living here for nearly 2 years- the last time I had lived here was 17 years before my return.

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Ramallah Walks V

Ramallah Walks V

These pictures were made over the past couple of months during my casual walks. They were mostly taken on Ramallah’s streets, but there’s one (last picture) that was taken right outside Al-Quds (Abu

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Ramallah Walks IV

Ramallah Walks IV

More of Ramallah in spring. Taking a hiatus for a while, see you when I see you. (Technical details below) Technical Details: Leica M9 Leica Summicron 2/35 (Type 3) Leica Summicron 2/50 Leica

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Ramallah Walks III

Ramallah Walks III

This time around my regular walks have taken me beyond the walls of Ramallah, to the lovely Old City of Nablus and to one of the oldest nature reserves in the region known

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Ramallah Walks II

Ramallah Walks II

My regular camera walks continue almost daily on the streets of Ramallah- and occasionally other surrounding cities. They have become my way to re-acquaint myself with a place I have not lived in for 17

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Ramallah Walks I

Ramallah Walks I

This was perhaps the most difficult post I’ve put together, with much perseveration over what to include and exclude and how it could be interpreted. Ultimately I’ve decided to take out several images

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