Ancient olive press in Ein Hod

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Comments (11)

Itallica on April 10, 2012

Very good!

Eva Lewitus on April 10, 2012

Thank you so much tery for all your comments. Ciao, Eva

Itallica on April 10, 2012

Eva. I've looked and liked a lot but am minimizing comments. Enjoying yur gallery.

Caio, tery

Eva Lewitus on April 10, 2012

Yes, tery, if you comment all my photos,the ones in the past, and the future ones, it would take you days. But thank you for taking the time. Love, Eva

Karen Raley on April 10, 2012

What a wonderful shot! I love all the geometry and colors and the way the light falls. Such a gentle and calm kind of beauty. I also love the square format--maybe because so many of my family's pix are from from Dad's twin lens Rollei.

Eva Lewitus on April 10, 2012

Thank you Karen for all your comments. My first camera was a box one. I still have the first photo I took! Much later on I took photos with the twin reflex Rolleicord . That was a sturdy camera! And yes, I still love the square format. By the way, all the square format photos are from scanned slides before the era of digital cameras.

mimmo valenti on April 17, 2012

Interesting heritage. Thanks for sharing

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Greetings Mimmo

Pablo S. Eljas on November 13, 2012

Un sitio muy interesante, saludos.

Eva Lewitus on November 13, 2012

Thank you Mimmo
Cierto, Pablo.

Nassr on April 27, 2013

Dear Eva. Nice shot, You should say the truth that this belong to abulhaija family, who lived before 1948.

Eva Lewitus on April 27, 2013

Thank you Nassr for letting us know that it belonged to the Abulhaija family more than 65 years ago.

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