Using slow shutter speed and deliberate camera movements I captured the vibe of Israeli trains traveling through railroad stations, cheap real-estate suburb, areas used for industry and storage, and open flat planes used for grazing or for agriculture (i.e., the mass use of a very few preferred plant species over natural biodiversity), often with Thai workers. Ruderal plants, typical to disturbed habitats, grow all along the railways vicinity. Only in the mountains and the deserts nature dares touch the railways.
The post in my blog: “There is No Such a Thing as Nothing to Photograph” tells how it all began. Then it turned into a project on its own.