I just received word that my photography will be displayed in the "Monochrome" Exhibition at Blank Wall Gallery in Athens, Greece! This is an exhibition of monochrome photography from around the world, juried and showcased at Blank Wall Gallery:
"Monochrome photography has always been one of the most beloved genders of photography. It has never been considered as old fashioned. It is a different angle of viewing and presenting images and for some photographers this was their main motive to start taking photographs. The existence of only one color functions as an incentive that unlocks feelings and leads viewers to new paths of realization."
I took this photograph "Freedom" on my trip to Israel in December, 2016. These kids were standing atop 8-foot (or higher) stone pillars. I had been hiking behind their group, and when I came up to the top of the mountain again, there they were - kids on pillars. I have no idea how they got on top of them, and I knew I had to capture this moment.
I wish I could get over to Greece for the exhibit! If you can't make it either, check out more Israel photography on my portfolio page.