Of all the attractions people visit Orlando for, the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral in eastern Florida an hour away was the one I was looking forward to the most. I visited Disney World, Wet-n-Wild and a few of the other Orlando attractions back in 1989 while I was in sixth grade staying in […]

Boston Common Park (10)

If you’re in Boston travelling, most chances are you’ll make your way to the Freedom Trail at some point. The trail includes 17 historical sites associated the history behind the US fight for freedom from the British. The trail starts at the Boston Common Park and continues all the way to the USS Constitution (and […]

Ripley's Believe It or Not Orlando Florida (26)

Orlando has its fair share of tourist traps but as far as what I’ve seen Ripley’s Believe It or Not is probably the worst of them all. Aiming low, it aims to shock you with a bit of Guinness world of records style combined with what can only be described as a freak show. Ripley, […]

Machne Yehuda - Baal-Basta-001

The transformation that took place in Machane Yehuda Market in central Jerusalem is remarkable (official site). From an ordinary loud and dirty wet market to a posh shopping areas filled with exotic restaurants, coffee shops, bars, pubs, tons of cool little shops that sell just about everything, and – ofcourse – an upscale version of […]

Knesset - Jerusalem (10)

Though over the years I’ve become somewhat cynical and critical of what takes place inside those walls, the visually-challenged Israeli Legislator building has – also – been part of my childhood background scenery. Located about 20 minutes walk from my parents house, I could see the Knesset across the Valley of the Cross (Emek Hamatzlevah) […]

Prudential Square and Skywalk - Boston (7)

Want to see Boston from Above? Make you way to Prudential Square into Prudential Center and up the Prudential Tower to the Skywalk Observatory on the 50th floor to get some superb views of this beautiful city. The area surrounding the Prudential Center also offers some interesting architecture and if you feel like …

Beacon Hill - The Vilna Shul - Boston (2)

Much like the Eldrige Street Synagogue Museum in NYC’s China Town Boston too has its Jewish heritage with a history of Jewish immigrants settling in first with the low budget neighborhoods of Boston and then slowly migrating out as the population turns wealthier. Beacon Hill was once a crowded immigrant neighborhood, and so …


The Israel Museum in Jerusalem is my home museum. Located only ~15 minutes walk from my parents’ house in Rehavia, down Ramban street and across the Monastery valley, it has always been part of the very familiar view I’ve come across many times while walking my dog or wondering around the neighborhood. Perhaps since it […]

Mobile M+ Inflation : HK's West Kowloon Cultural District

Trying to bring contemporary art to public space in Hong Kong the Mobile M+ Inflation exhibition that closed this week at the West Kowloon Cultural District setup mind provoking floats that – combined with the gloomy Hong Kong weather – provided for extremely bizarre and somewhat apocalyptic scenes.   Here’s a sample of …


Promised myself I wouldn’t, and I almost made it. Almost. But last week when I was visiting the Hong Kong Culture Centre and walked the Avenue of Stars I saw it. Surrounded by hundreds of enthusiastic Hong Kong camera fanatics shooting this PR stunt ducky from all directions, I decided to let go and photograph […]

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