• Gabi Berger

The White City in B&W

The vivid colors of Tel Aviv are sometimes more visible in black and white. You don't need a big camera or professional equipment to capture them, just open eyes and an open heart. Discover Tel Aviv in black and white with us through the smartphone photography of Bea Bar Kallos.


The high-rises of Azrieli center
The high-rises of Azrieli center

Man standing in the middle of the Bauhouse-inspired sculpture in Edith Wolfson Park.
Man standing in the middle of the Bauhouse-inspired sculpture in Edith Wolfson Park.

The rope pyramid at the playground in Charles Clore park
The rope pyramid at the playground in Charles Clore park

Cleaner at Frishman Beach
Cleaner at Frishman Beach

Architectural detail from the inside of "New Central Bus Station"
Architectural detail from the inside of "New Central Bus Station"

Girl and shadow of a heart shaped balloon
Girl and shadow of a heart shaped balloon

The Carousel in Tel Aviv Port
The Carousel in Tel Aviv Port

The high-rises of Sharona
The high-rises of Sharona

Night game at Gordon Beach
Night game at Gordon Beach

Cafe at Florentin
Cafe at Florentin

Architectural detail from the inside of "New Central Bus Station"
Architectural detail from the inside of "New Central Bus Station"

Remainder of Cinema Eden's building in Newe Tzedek

Detail of a Bauhaus building in Kerem Hateymanim
Detail of a Bauhaus building in Kerem Hateymanim

Boy on top of the Bauhaus inspired sculpture in Edith Wolfson Park
Boy on top of the Bauhaus inspired sculpture in Edith Wolfson Park

Surfers at Alma beach
Surfers at Alma beach

Child on top of a playground shade
Child on top of a playground shade

Photo series & text by Bea Bar Kallos for Izraelinfo.com.


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