when you learn to wait, things just come.

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And this is the simplest and most difficult truth of it all.

I am known to have little if no patience. I am known to be tempered and always on the go. I am known to be fast and furious. I have nothing contrary to this, since it is me after all, but there is time for a changing. And this month and half chasing stories to photograph in Israel have turned out to be just this. I have slowed down. I breath before I shoot. I walk with my head on the clouds more and I am patient while in a line either at the grocery store or at the post office. If not I would never have found this angel hiding behind this Christian cemetery wall on the outskirt of Jaffa. So peaceful. So graceful. So surreal in a land so confusing and controversial as this Holy Land we all call it.

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