Sunday, December 7, 2008

On Life Through A Fish's Eye


Kimi's sliced and bandaged hand

Iman's turquoise bling

Vafa and Iman

Kimi's an artist. Check out her stuff


The view from the Arc on Mount Carmel


When Shervs was here, we spent an afternoon in Akka. The sun was setting over the sea and it was absolutely beautiful.


They were doing donkey rides for the kids

A sweets and nuts stall

The coffee on the street called Masada parrallel to my street has the best coffee

Julz had us over for death-by-sticky-date-pudding one night. It was out of this world. She makes it from scratch. Hadn't eaten it in over a year. Reminded me of Badde Manors on Glebe Point Rd.


Ray Shervs and Kent

Bye Kenneth. We'll miss you.


Anonymous said...

Great photos Nazy!

Vahid Yamartino said...

Look at your bad self! I can't definitively say that it gets any better than this. Scientists are still working on it.

Anonymous said...

There once was a girl named Nazy
Whose eyes were a warm shade of green
She went around Haifa and Akka
Taking photos of things she had seen.

With Henri in hand she caught friends, trees, walls,
The sun dipping into the sea
When you look at the world through a fisheye
What a dreamy place this world can be.