24 May 2012

Hole in Wall

2012 - Nir-Eliyahoo, Israel

Concealments and Anxieties

2011 - Tsofit

The image refers to an English sonnet whose rhyme scheme is:
    a-b-a-b  c-d-c-d  e-f-e-f  g-g

13 May 2012


2011 - Tsofit

This image is a fivid.
A fivid - pronounced as five David - is defined as follows:

  • It is a series of five images arranged in a square panel.
  • Four images are located at the corners of the panel, and the fifth image at its center.
  • Let the (width, height) of the central image be (a, a); then the (width, height) of the other four images are (2a, 3a) and (3a, 2a).
Fivid is a trademark of David Averbuch, Tsofit, Israel. Permission is hereby granted to everyone to use this concept.
Ophir appears in 4 photos.

16 April 2012


2012 - Sigiriya, Sri-Lanka

More touristic photos from Sri-Lanka here.

19 November 2011

13 October 2011

I dared to eat a Peach

2011 - Tsofit

The name of the image refers to the poem The love song of J. Alfred Prufrock by T.S. Eliot. Eliot asks there: "Do I dare disturb the universe?" and toward the end of the poem he has a more meek question: "Do I dare to eat a peach?". See here and here.