street photography series: jaffa – structured walk

jaffa: structured walk [Photography by Nabil Darwish © 2012]

steps through the streets of the old city of Jaffa

from windows to doors to small outlooks through the sky, the uniqueness of the city is reflected through each corner passed..

Photography by: Nabil Darwish © 2012
ndproductions::digital imaging::
Location: Old City of Jaffa

About Nabil Darwish [ ndproductions::digital imaging:: ]

a Marketing Communications / Branding Specialist, a Certified Adobe Partner/Designer, and arts photographer. Along with extensive working experience in the field of Project/Program Management and Coordination, and Marketing Communications, ND also has a Masters of Science in Hospitality Management, a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, both specialising, (from the UK), in Strategic Marketing Communications and Development. Not to also forget, one of only 4 Adobe Service Providers in the country, (Adobe Designer), and Corel Approved Service Bureau Associate (Corel Designer). View all posts by Nabil Darwish [ ndproductions::digital imaging:: ]

One response to “street photography series: jaffa – structured walk

  • pilspics

    I really enjoyed looking at these. More than 20 years ago, I spent 6 months in Israel taking pictures and doing the Kibbutz thing as well as spending time in the West Bank (going to Deheesha and other places). Despite being tear gassed and having a gun pulled on me by an over-zealous Israeli army recruit, I’ve felt a deep pull to the place since.
    You must have a wealth of street photography opportunities. Are people generally ok about being photographed? Here in the UK it gets harder all the time. Ironic because our “threats” are mostly imagined whereas a lot of yours must be real.
    I look forward to seeing more of what you do.

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