Most of my life I have lived in an urban environment. Lately, I find myself drawn to the Negev desert, the only wild and untouched area left in Israel. Walking the desert trails enables a perspective different than the one obtained through an air conditioned car’s window. The aspiration is to reach a place where there is no sign of […]
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