“Taking photos allows me to observe life in a photo frame, and each time I discover a new world within it,” says Israeli photographer Dikla Laor. “It is always a moment in a particular time period. This is what I try to immortalize in the photo.” The hills on the Golan Heights are bathed in a deep green that is only found in this unique region. This is where Israel Today’s Anat Schneider met up with Dikla, an intelligent, sincere and modest woman who lives on a moshav (rural community) called Givat Yoav. Her pastoral garden is chirping with…
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