A view of the Lower Galilee from the city of Safed, northern Israel, on November 1, 2018
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man walks down an alley in the Old City of Safed, northern Israel, on November 1, 2018.
City portrait of Tel Aviv, for September 2018 issue of Austrian travel magazine hin&weg Reisemagazin.
Author: Anne Kathrin Koophamel. Photo Editor: Markus Kucera
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Selected photos from a story about the Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center, commissioned for KNA, Katholische Nachrichten-Agentur, the largest Catholic news agency in Europe.
The Notre Dame of Jerusalem Center, a Christian center for pilgrims near the Old City of Jerusalem, which was established in 1888, marks its 130th anniversary.
Selected photos from a story about the Latrun Trappist Monastery Winery, commissioned for KNA, Katholische Nachrichten-Agentur, the largest Catholic news agency in Europe.
In 1890 a group of monks arrived in Israel from France, founded the Trappist monastery in Latrun and started producing wine as a source of income. The monastery has around 100 acres of vineyards with over 20 vine varieties. The winery itself is a maze of chambers, halls, cloisters and tunnels that are closed to the public. The Trappists are Cistercian monks, belonging to the great monastic family of St. Benedict, the monks keep a vow of silence, except for those who sell wine and olive oil to visitors.
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Meet the Bat Man: neuroscientist Nachum Ulanovsky's story of how he's enlisting the help of bats to unravel how the brain navigates.
My latest, for Nature Magazine. Words by Alison Abbott, Photo Editor Chris Maddaloni. Read the story online
Regent's Park, London, June 2018
A view over the south London skyline and St Paul’s Cathedral from the viewing terrace at Tate Modern art gallery, London, June 2018.
Back in March, I photographed a story for U.S. News and World Report by Sara Toth Stub about Jordanian workers crossing the border each day to work in hotels around Eilat, Israel’s southernmost city.
A program between Israel and Jordan aims to fill the town’s labor shortage by allowing Jordanians into Eilat. However, Israeli government regulations limit them to cleaning jobs, forbids overnight stays and restricts access to only their places of employment.
Photo Editor: Avi Gupta
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Dead Sea, Israel, March 2018