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University campus building. Photo by Rafael Ben-Ari/Chameleons Eye
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University campus building. Photo by Rafael Ben-Ari/Chameleons Eye
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A baby plays in the sand on the beach for the first time
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Legs of a child and her mother as they play in the sand together on the beach
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A child and her mother play in the sand together on the beach
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A smiling child and her mother play together on a sunny day
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New Zealand money - NZ  Dollar bills
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China Chinese money - one Yuan bills
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China Chinese money - one Yuan bills
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United States American money - one hundred dollar bills
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A little six month old baby girl plays with her mom in a playground
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A little six month old baby girl plays with her mom in a playground
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A little six month old baby girl plays with her mom in a playground
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A little six month old baby girl plays with her mom in a playground
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A basket of vegetables isolated on white
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A variety of different vegetables
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Woman eats a cherry tomato from the vine.
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A variety of different vegetables
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Woman eats a cherry tomato from the vine.
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A variety of different vegetables
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Woman eats a cherry tomato from the vine.
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A young woman eats a slice of sour lemon with her teeth
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Fresh red tomatoes isolated on white
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A young woman eats a slice of sour lemon with her teeth
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Fresh red tomatoes isolated on white with hand
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A cob of corn isolated on white
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A close up of a cob of corn
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A variety of different vegetables
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A young woman eats a cob of corn
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Fresh red tomatoes in a basket
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A young woman eats a cob of corn
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A happy contented baby looks into her mothers eyes
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A female driver is speaking on a mobile phone while driving.
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A man smoking a cigarette and drinking alcohol in a public place
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A baby is left in a car seat
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A woman who is a victim of abuse is sitting on a street sad and depressed
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Stacks of coins from different currencies
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A baby in a blue bucket cools off in the summer heat
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A baby in a blue bucket cools off in the summer heat
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A newborn baby's hand rests inside the mothers hand.
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A young pregnant woman in a wheat field
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A young pregnant woman in a wheat field
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A young pregnant  woman in a wheat field
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Employees of the honey factory of Kibbutz Yad Mordechai which produce pure honey  from wild flowers all year  round are very busy in filling and packaging  hundreds of  thousands of pure honey orders for the Rosh Hashanah holiday the Hebrew and Jewish new years. Rosh Hashanah meals often include honey, to symbolize a sweet new year.
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Employees of the honey factory of Kibbutz Yad Mordechai which produce pure honey  from wild flowers all year  round are very busy in filling and packaging  hundreds of  thousands of pure honey orders for the Rosh Hashanah holiday the Hebrew and Jewish new years. Rosh Hashanah meals often include honey, to symbolize a sweet new year.
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Employees of the honey factory of Kibbutz Yad Mordechai which produce pure honey  from wild flowers all year  round are very busy in filling and packaging  hundreds of  thousands of pure honey orders for the Rosh Hashanah holiday the Hebrew and Jewish new years. Rosh Hashanah meals often include honey, to symbolize a sweet new year.
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Employees of the honey factory of Kibbutz Yad Mordechai which produce pure honey  from wild flowers all year  round are very busy in filling and packaging  hundreds of  thousands of pure honey orders for the Rosh Hashanah holiday the Hebrew and Jewish new years. Rosh Hashanah meals often include honey, to symbolize a sweet new year.
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Employees of the honey factory of Kibbutz Yad Mordechai which produce pure honey  from wild flowers all year  round are very busy in filling and packaging  hundreds of  thousands of pure honey orders for the Rosh Hashanah holiday the Hebrew and Jewish new years. Rosh Hashanah meals often include honey, to symbolize a sweet new year.
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Hebron al-?al?l or al-Khal?l ,Hevron, is the largest city in the West Bank, located in the south, 30 kilometers south of Jerusalem. It is home to some 166,000 Palestinians,and over 500 Israelis. Hebron lies 930 meters (3,050 ft) above sea level. Located in the Palestinian territories and the Biblical region of Judea, it is the second holiest city in Judaism, after Jerusalem. It is locally well-known for its grapes, figs, limestone, pottery workshops and glassblowing factories. It is also the location of the major dairy product manufacturer, al-Junaidi. The old city of Hebron is characterized by narrow, winding streets, flat-roofed stone houses, and old bazaars. Hebron is home to Hebron University and the Palestine Polytechnic University. The most famous historic site in Hebron sits on the Cave of the Patriarchs. Although the site is holy to Judaism, Christianity and Islam also accept it as a sacred site, due to scriptural references to Abraham. According to Genesis, he purchased the cave and the field surrounding it from Ephron the Hittite to bury his wife Sarah, subsequently Abraham Isaac, Rebecca, Jacob and Leah were also buried in the cave (the remaining Matriarch, Rachel, is buried outside Bethlehem). For this reason, Hebron is also referred to as 'the City of the Patriarchs' in Judaism, and regarded as one of its Four Holy Cities. Over and around the cave itself churches, synagogues and mosques have been built throughout. The Isaac Hall is now the Ibrahimi Mosque, while the Abraham Hall and Jacob Hall serve as a Jewish synagogue. In medieval Christian tradition, Hebron was one of the three cities, the other two being Juttah and Ain Karim, that boasted of being the home of Mary's cousin, Elizabeth, the mother of John the Baptist and wife of Zacharias, and thus possibly the birthplace of the Baptist himself. Photo by Rafael Ben-Ari/Chameleons Eye
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Hebron al-?al?l or al-Khal?l ,Hevron, is the largest city in the West Bank, located in the south, 30 kilometers south of Jerusalem. It is home to some 166,000 Palestinians,and over 500 Israelis. Hebron lies 930 meters (3,050 ft) above sea level. Located in the Palestinian territories and the Biblical region of Judea, it is the second holiest city in Judaism, after Jerusalem. It is locally well-known for its grapes, figs, limestone, pottery workshops and glassblowing factories. It is also the location of the major dairy product manufacturer, al-Junaidi. The old city of Hebron is characterized by narrow, winding streets, flat-roofed stone houses, and old bazaars. Hebron is home to Hebron University and the Palestine Polytechnic University. The most famous historic site in Hebron sits on the Cave of the Patriarchs. Although the site is holy to Judaism, Christianity and Islam also accept it as a sacred site, due to scriptural references to Abraham. According to Genesis, he purchased the cave and the field surrounding it from Ephron the Hittite to bury his wife Sarah, subsequently Abraham Isaac, Rebecca, Jacob and Leah were also buried in the cave (the remaining Matriarch, Rachel, is buried outside Bethlehem). For this reason, Hebron is also referred to as 'the City of the Patriarchs' in Judaism, and regarded as one of its Four Holy Cities. Over and around the cave itself churches, synagogues and mosques have been built throughout. The Isaac Hall is now the Ibrahimi Mosque, while the Abraham Hall and Jacob Hall serve as a Jewish synagogue. In medieval Christian tradition, Hebron was one of the three cities, the other two being Juttah and Ain Karim, that boasted of being the home of Mary's cousin, Elizabeth, the mother of John the Baptist and wife of Zacharias, and thus possibly the birthplace of the Baptist himself. Photo by Rafael Ben-Ari/Chameleons Eye
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Hebron al-?al?l or al-Khal?l ,Hevron, is the largest city in the West Bank, located in the south, 30 kilometers south of Jerusalem. It is home to some 166,000 Palestinians,and over 500 Israelis. Hebron lies 930 meters (3,050 ft) above sea level. Located in the Palestinian territories and the Biblical region of Judea, it is the second holiest city in Judaism, after Jerusalem. It is locally well-known for its grapes, figs, limestone, pottery workshops and glassblowing factories. It is also the location of the major dairy product manufacturer, al-Junaidi. The old city of Hebron is characterized by narrow, winding streets, flat-roofed stone houses, and old bazaars. Hebron is home to Hebron University and the Palestine Polytechnic University. The most famous historic site in Hebron sits on the Cave of the Patriarchs. Although the site is holy to Judaism, Christianity and Islam also accept it as a sacred site, due to scriptural references to Abraham. According to Genesis, he purchased the cave and the field surrounding it from Ephron the Hittite to bury his wife Sarah, subsequently Abraham Isaac, Rebecca, Jacob and Leah were also buried in the cave (the remaining Matriarch, Rachel, is buried outside Bethlehem). For this reason, Hebron is also referred to as 'the City of the Patriarchs' in Judaism, and regarded as one of its Four Holy Cities. Over and around the cave itself churches, synagogues and mosques have been built throughout. The Isaac Hall is now the Ibrahimi Mosque, while the Abraham Hall and Jacob Hall serve as a Jewish synagogue. In medieval Christian tradition, Hebron was one of the three cities, the other two being Juttah and Ain Karim, that boasted of being the home of Mary's cousin, Elizabeth, the mother of John the Baptist and wife of Zacharias, and thus possibly the birthplace of the Baptist himself. Photo by Rafael Ben-Ari/Chameleons Eye
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Hebron al-?al?l or al-Khal?l ,Hevron, is the largest city in the West Bank, located in the south, 30 kilometers south of Jerusalem. It is home to some 166,000 Palestinians,and over 500 Israelis. Hebron lies 930 meters (3,050 ft) above sea level. Located in the Palestinian territories and the Biblical region of Judea, it is the second holiest city in Judaism, after Jerusalem. It is locally well-known for its grapes, figs, limestone, pottery workshops and glassblowing factories. It is also the location of the major dairy product manufacturer, al-Junaidi. The old city of Hebron is characterized by narrow, winding streets, flat-roofed stone houses, and old bazaars. Hebron is home to Hebron University and the Palestine Polytechnic University. The most famous historic site in Hebron sits on the Cave of the Patriarchs. Although the site is holy to Judaism, Christianity and Islam also accept it as a sacred site, due to scriptural references to Abraham. According to Genesis, he purchased the cave and the field surrounding it from Ephron the Hittite to bury his wife Sarah, subsequently Abraham Isaac, Rebecca, Jacob and Leah were also buried in the cave (the remaining Matriarch, Rachel, is buried outside Bethlehem). For this reason, Hebron is also referred to as 'the City of the Patriarchs' in Judaism, and regarded as one of its Four Holy Cities. Over and around the cave itself churches, synagogues and mosques have been built throughout. The Isaac Hall is now the Ibrahimi Mosque, while the Abraham Hall and Jacob Hall serve as a Jewish synagogue. In medieval Christian tradition, Hebron was one of the three cities, the other two being Juttah and Ain Karim, that boasted of being the home of Mary's cousin, Elizabeth, the mother of John the Baptist and wife of Zacharias, and thus possibly the birthplace of the Baptist himself. Photo by Rafael Ben-Ari/Chameleons Eye
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Hebron al-?al?l or al-Khal?l ,Hevron, is the largest city in the West Bank, located in the south, 30 kilometers south of Jerusalem. It is home to some 166,000 Palestinians,and over 500 Israelis. Hebron lies 930 meters (3,050 ft) above sea level. Located in the Palestinian territories and the Biblical region of Judea, it is the second holiest city in Judaism, after Jerusalem. It is locally well-known for its grapes, figs, limestone, pottery workshops and glassblowing factories. It is also the location of the major dairy product manufacturer, al-Junaidi. The old city of Hebron is characterized by narrow, winding streets, flat-roofed stone houses, and old bazaars. Hebron is home to Hebron University and the Palestine Polytechnic University. The most famous historic site in Hebron sits on the Cave of the Patriarchs. Although the site is holy to Judaism, Christianity and Islam also accept it as a sacred site, due to scriptural references to Abraham. According to Genesis, he purchased the cave and the field surrounding it from Ephron the Hittite to bury his wife Sarah, subsequently Abraham Isaac, Rebecca, Jacob and Leah were also buried in the cave (the remaining Matriarch, Rachel, is buried outside Bethlehem). For this reason, Hebron is also referred to as 'the City of the Patriarchs' in Judaism, and regarded as one of its Four Holy Cities. Over and around the cave itself churches, synagogues and mosques have been built throughout. The Isaac Hall is now the Ibrahimi Mosque, while the Abraham Hall and Jacob Hall serve as a Jewish synagogue. In medieval Christian tradition, Hebron was one of the three cities, the other two being Juttah and Ain Karim, that boasted of being the home of Mary's cousin, Elizabeth, the mother of John the Baptist and wife of Zacharias, and thus possibly the birthplace of the Baptist himself. Photo by Rafael Ben-Ari/Chameleons Eye
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Hebron al-?al?l or al-Khal?l ,Hevron, is the largest city in the West Bank, located in the south, 30 kilometers south of Jerusalem. It is home to some 166,000 Palestinians,and over 500 Israelis. Hebron lies 930 meters (3,050 ft) above sea level. Located in the Palestinian territories and the Biblical region of Judea, it is the second holiest city in Judaism, after Jerusalem. It is locally well-known for its grapes, figs, limestone, pottery workshops and glassblowing factories. It is also the location of the major dairy product manufacturer, al-Junaidi. The old city of Hebron is characterized by narrow, winding streets, flat-roofed stone houses, and old bazaars. Hebron is home to Hebron University and the Palestine Polytechnic University. The most famous historic site in Hebron sits on the Cave of the Patriarchs. Although the site is holy to Judaism, Christianity and Islam also accept it as a sacred site, due to scriptural references to Abraham. According to Genesis, he purchased the cave and the field surrounding it from Ephron the Hittite to bury his wife Sarah, subsequently Abraham Isaac, Rebecca, Jacob and Leah were also buried in the cave (the remaining Matriarch, Rachel, is buried outside Bethlehem). For this reason, Hebron is also referred to as 'the City of the Patriarchs' in Judaism, and regarded as one of its Four Holy Cities. Over and around the cave itself churches, synagogues and mosques have been built throughout. The Isaac Hall is now the Ibrahimi Mosque, while the Abraham Hall and Jacob Hall serve as a Jewish synagogue. In medieval Christian tradition, Hebron was one of the three cities, the other two being Juttah and Ain Karim, that boasted of being the home of Mary's cousin, Elizabeth, the mother of John the Baptist and wife of Zacharias, and thus possibly the birthplace of the Baptist himself. Photo by Rafael Ben-Ari/Chameleons Eye
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