Ariel Jerozolimski
Photographer and Tour Guide

Snapshot: Love in the Negev

Photo: © Ariel Jerozolimski

In times of too much hate among some parts of the Israeli society, it’s a special joy to capture a moment of love in its nature.

A couple of Nubian ibex seen in Mitzpe Ramon in the Negev.

They are old habitants of Israel living in mountains and cliffs, already mentioned in the Bible and today’s symbol of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority.

Photo: © Ariel Jerozolimski

About the Author
Born in Uruguay in 1965 and lives in Israel since 1984. Since 1990 he worked as a freelance photographer for Israeli and international media including AFP, Bloomberg, Chicago Tribune, Stern Magazine, El Pais, and Xinhua. In 1999 Jerozolimski joined the leading Israeli business daily, Globes,as a staff photographer till 2009. He was the chief photographer for The Jerusalem Post between 1999 and 2010. His work has been exhibited at the Berlin Museum, "Israel Under Attack" about the First Gulf War. He's also participated in a number of group exhibitions. His photos have also been featured in such books as A Day in the Life of the IDF, 24 Hours at Prison, and Photographers in the Street. In addition to his photographic work, he is a licensed tour guide in English, Spanish and Portuguese and organizes photographic tours.
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