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What I like the most about my life right now is that I can do seemingly totally different things that fuse into a single project dedicated to the one main idea. Journalism, photography, travel and history have been tied together tight. Many people tell me that I got lucky. I don’t believe it was just […]

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Photo report from my last visit to Debreh Damo Monastery in the northern Ethiopia. I was told that I was the first woman ever who was allowed to climb 20 meters on the rope to the top of the cliff.

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Click here to see closer our brand new jewels and textiles in the TravelLab Shop!

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Sign up for the very special ethno-photo-tour to the Mount Grizim and samaritans secret prayings opened! All the Samaritans in the world (there are only around 900 of them, and all of them live in Israel) gathered to celebrate the holiday of Sukkot for the mount Gerizim that is sacred for them. As the calendars […]

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חג הסוכות שמח לכולכם! :)

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Last week we’ve visited Jerusalem, our Holy City and the capital of Israel. There we’ve been shooting the holy liturgy of the greek orthodox church in the Holy Sepulchre Church, where the Jesus Christ was buried. Enjoy the photos!

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Please, meet the new necklace ‘Splash of Afar’ in our TravelLab Shop. The rhythm of this necklace’s pattern is inspired by the Afar tribe of the Northern Ethiopia. Jewelry for women and men of the Afar tribe is known in Ethiopia for its dark colors and high contrasts. For details and orders, please, visit my […]

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The brand new necklace from the ‘Rhythm of Ethiopia’ collection has arrived to the TravelLab Shop. “Rainfall in the Ethiopian Foresa” statement necklace is a very unusual decoration. Forty rows of vertical threads jet down a special frame like a real downpour in the African forest. Soft chain supports the central part of the decoration […]

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