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Israeli photographer releases footage of herded sheep movement patterns

Israeli photographer Lior Fattal has released documented footage of the movement patterns of herded sheep throughout Israel’s North, after following them for over half a year.

Fattal is a drone photographer, and spent the seven months documenting thousands of sheep in the Ramot Menashe area, catching the gathering, scattering and crossing patterns of the animals and within that the transition from the green landscape of the winter months to the yellow of the summer months.

“I was addicted to the impressive movement of the sheep,” Fattal said, according to Walla.

The flock of sheep belong to South African Jews

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A tour guide-turned-photographer’s view of Israeli sites and scenes

There’s a spectrum of hues and views in “From The Beginning,” a debut photography exhibit from newcomer Moshe Gold at the Jerusalem Cinematheque.

The 14-photograph exhibit that opened June 3 and runs through June 23 stems from the tour guide’s collection of photos taken in nature throughout Israel, mostly in the last year when he had the time to hike even more than usual.

The photographs portray sites in Israel, from the Sea of Galilee and Dead Sea to the cliffs of Acre, a famed lone tree in the Ruchama Badlands in the south and the starry skies of Mitzpe

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New Shop Boasts Beautiful Creations By Israeli Designers

Before the COVID-19 pandemic unleashed unprecedented growth in the digital and eCommerce sectors, Israeli entrepreneurs Sarah Peguine and Michal Freedman were already fielding requests from members of the international art community to buy Israeli art without physically being in the country.

The dynamic duo behind Art Source, an online platform offering advice to potential buyers interested in Israel’s best contemporary artworks, was looking for ways to meet the increased demand.

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“Even before COVID, we really saw a demand from the community. We saw that people who were

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