about

hi! thanks for stopping by!

i’ve been into photography, on and off, since i was 10. i built my first camera in a shoebox! i saved up babysitting wages to purchase a 110 pocket camera and later a fixed-lens 35mm yashica. my first slr was a canon t-70. that was the camera that really got me rolling.

the digital age has enabled me to progress faster in a few years than i had in decades. photography has become my passion. i try to capture the feeling of a moment and hold on to it for eternity.

i invite you to make yourself a cup of coffee, sit back and relax, view my work and share my passion.

my galleries are available for viewing at images of my thoughts and excellent quality prints can be ordered online.

images are also available for stock licensing.

i will be happy to answer any questions. click on “email” in the sidebar.

thanks for dropping in!

– nir alon
jerusalem, israel

ניר אלון – צילום

Images Of My Thoughts . com

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6 responses to “about

  1. Nice blog,
    I’m a student in the UK who is also a photographer. I have recently got back into using film and I develop all of my black and white images at home.

    Keep up the good work!

  2. nir

    hi spencer! thanks for commenting!
    really enjoyed your b&w shots!

  3. Cora Locust

    Hi,

    Very good photographs. I am interested in getting a copy of a picture on the first page. Please contact me.

    Sincerely,

    Cora

  4. Amber

    hay,
    i saw your photographs that you took of hands, i think they are beautiful. im doing a photography A-level course at college and my present coursework is based on hands and their importance to our individual identity. what made you decide to photograph hands as appose to another part of the body?
    please write back.
    sincerely,

    amber

  5. nir

    hi amber!

    i’m not sure where you saw the photos of hands – was it in this post?

    just like i wrote in the blog post, it was a subconscious attraction. ‘was’ because i think i am more conscious of it today.
    i think the attraction is because hands have character and hint to the character of their owner.

    does that answer your question?

    thanks for visiting!

  6. hay,
    i saw your photographs that you took of hands, i think they are beautiful. im doing a photography A-level course at college and my present coursework is based on hands and their importance to our individual identity. what made you decide to photograph hands as appose to another part of the body?
    please write back.
    sincerely,

    +1

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