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A fire in the fields of Nahal Oz
Photo: Yanka'le Cohen
IN PICTURES: Flaming kites in the eyes of Gaza vicinity photographers
The camera can’t convey the smell of smoke, nor the feeling of anger, pain and helplessness, but it accurately perpetuates the reality of life in communities on the Gaza border: The yellow fields painted black, the scorched nature reserves, and the firefighters and farmers together trying to save what they still can.

Reaping what is left in Nahal Oz. Photo taken by Rafi Babian, 57, Kibbutz Alumim, the Sdot Negev Regional Council’s security officer
Reaping what is left in Nahal Oz. Photo taken by Rafi Babian, 57, Kibbutz Alumim, the Sdot Negev Regional Council’s security officer

 

 

Incendiary kite in the fields of Nir Oz. Photo taken by Barel Efraim, 32, of Kibbutz Nirim, who works in photojournalism, commercial photography and artistic photography
Incendiary kite in the fields of Nir Oz. Photo taken by Barel Efraim, 32, of Kibbutz Nirim, who works in photojournalism, commercial photography and artistic photography

 

The scorched fields of Nir Am. Photo taken by Gal Tzuri, 37, of Kibbutz Mefalsim, a teacher and an educator
The scorched fields of Nir Am. Photo taken by Gal Tzuri, 37, of Kibbutz Mefalsim, a teacher and an educator

 

 

The observation post at the Be'eri Crater Nature Reserve. Photo taken by Dondi Schwartz, 56, of Kibbutz Be’eri, who owns a video and photography studio, participates in photo exhibitions and works for Be’eri Printers
The observation post at the Be'eri Crater Nature Reserve. Photo taken by Dondi Schwartz, 56, of Kibbutz Be’eri, who owns a video and photography studio, participates in photo exhibitions and works for Be’eri Printers

 

A firefighter in the fields of Kfar Aza. Photo taken by Varda Goldstein, 68 of Kibbutz Kfar Aza, a pensioner and the kibbutz’s spokeswoman
A firefighter in the fields of Kfar Aza. Photo taken by Varda Goldstein, 68 of Kibbutz Kfar Aza, a pensioner and the kibbutz’s spokeswoman

 

A fire in the fields of Nahal Oz. Photo taken by Yanka’le Cohen, 84, one of the founders of Kibbutz Nahal Oz, a farmer and an advisor on potato crops in Israel and abroad
A fire in the fields of Nahal Oz. Photo taken by Yanka’le Cohen, 84, one of the founders of Kibbutz Nahal Oz, a farmer and an advisor on potato crops in Israel and abroad

 

Burnt cactuses in Kibbutz Or HaNer. Photo taken by Sophie Barzun McKay, 34, of Kibbutz Be’eri, a professional photographer and photo curator in the Be’eri gallery
Burnt cactuses in Kibbutz Or HaNer. Photo taken by Sophie Barzun McKay, 34, of Kibbutz Be’eri, a professional photographer and photo curator in the Be’eri gallery

 

A fire near Kibbutz Be’eri. Photo taken by Ron Rahamim, 30, of Moshav Mivtahim, a professional photographer and photography teacher
A fire near Kibbutz Be’eri. Photo taken by Ron Rahamim, 30, of Moshav Mivtahim, a professional photographer and photography teacher

 

A fire in the Be'eri Crater Nature Reserve. Photo taken by Roee Idan, 37, of Kibbutz Kfar Aza, Ynet’s photographer in the south
A fire in the Be'eri Crater Nature Reserve. Photo taken by Roee Idan, 37, of Kibbutz Kfar Aza, Ynet’s photographer in the south

 

An incendiary balloon in the fields of Nahal Oz  (Photo: Roee Idan)
An incendiary balloon in the fields of Nahal Oz (Photo: Roee Idan)

 

 


First published: 06.11.18, 23:22
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