a photographer by passion and a visual artist, my photo artworks are in the twilight of photography and paintings.
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photos of Israel by Ronsho, a photographer by passion and a visual artist. Fascinated with cities architecture, I’m watching Tel Aviv with admiration. I appreciate you taking the time to check out my works, and I look forward to your feedback.
The gallery contains mainly photos of Tel Aviv, a metropolis that rose like a flower in the desert and now aims to touch the sky with lots of new skyscrapers.
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“Tel Aviv photos by Ron Shoshani are mind blowing and showing Israel like no one did before” / http://ronsho.wordpress.com/2012/12/25/love-and-passion-in-tel-aviv / Thank you for your time, / Ronsho
Photographer Ron Shoshani loves Tel Aviv and wants to show his city in its best light. / You might think that a blustery weekend such as this presents a challenge but in fact, Shoshani finds that storm clouds suit his textured hyper-realism / http://www.israelity.com/2012/12/21/foto-friday-ronsho-perfect-tel-aviv-storm
When looking to see the legendary beauty of the Israel with all its history, sometimes it is a real challenge to find some good memorable frames that catch the moment. / according to the latest article “Ron Shoshani” is one of the best who know to photograph Tel Aviv, completely art, surrealistic, no words for it. Tel Aviv throughout his photos is the most beautiful city of world.
Hanukkah – the holiday known as the festival of lights is an eight day holiday related to the holy temple in Jerusalem at the time of the maccabean revolt of the 2nd century BCE. / Hanukkah is being celebrated by the kindling of the lights of a nine branched Menorah or Hanukiah, one additional light on each night of the holiday, progressing to eight on the final nigh / Hanukkah is a spirit…