In the Jordan Valley shared by Israel and Palestine, one has the feeling of being outside of time and inside a myth instead. This is the battleground on a fierce water war. No one is here; it’s a military zone. I tried to capture both sides of the conflict: the light, the mountain stone, and the water, too, which intermittently cuts across the landscape.
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