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Shmuel Halevi | all galleries >> Pictures at an Exhibition > The old olive-oil pressing house, Meyilya Israel.
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The old olive-oil pressing house, Meyilya Israel.
21-OCT-2004

The old olive-oil pressing house, Meyilya Israel.

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Milan Vogrin05-Apr-2011 11:14
Very nice photo!V!
Guest 23-Apr-2006 01:28
Not only is this a great record of a human moment, it is a fabulous piece of craftsmanship. The two big figures watching and the main source of light balance the speaker, with the rapt audience in between, and all the little details as a kind of theatrical chorus. And I'll bet that was a 1/15 handhold.
Keep shooting while your hands are still steady.
You are part of a hard place and a hard history. Some advice, from the self-chosen epitaph of the great Irish poet Yeats, who alo lived in a hard land at a hard time: "Cast a cold eye/On life, on death./Horseman, pass by!"
E, RL. Barna, American poet
laine8222-Oct-2004 07:18
With every photo something new is learned. Thankyou Shmuel. The children are spellbound.
Karen Leaf22-Oct-2004 04:13
So interesting Shmuel. My sister spent a year in Greece, doing exactly this. Glad I can get a real picture of it in my head.
Pepe Zyman21-Oct-2004 21:57
Excellent shot!
Tine Verheyden21-Oct-2004 21:11
Very interesting
René Gysi21-Oct-2004 20:09
Very interesting picture. Good composed.
Bill Miller21-Oct-2004 17:50
Fascinating !
Dennis Steinauer21-Oct-2004 13:32
Remarkable photo.
Herb Knufken21-Oct-2004 13:20
Great shot and composition
Gayle P. Clement21-Oct-2004 12:43
This is an amazing photo. There is so much to see and to learn from it. The contrast between the modern clothes of those looking in and the ancient scene inside is a delight. I am so grateful to you for sharing this.
The color is beautiful. Good use of that D70.
Karen Stuebing21-Oct-2004 12:08
I'd like to get some of that olive oil.

Fantastic photo.
Autumn Sky21-Oct-2004 11:46
Wow, what incredible detail, color and lighting and at ISO 1600. This shot has a lot of interests and draws you in.