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Andreea & I recently moved to a house in the Galil area in the north of Israel – to a small village called Elkosh. To answer recurring requests  I finally obliged, snapped some images and well… this is where we now live.

This is a quick and dirty panorama from our balcony in harsh light – but you can get the picture…

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And if you walk out into those hills you can see where we live 🙂

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And this is what it looks like out there…

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and this is Andreea sniffing the plants – getting to know the territory…

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Inside the living area of our house which includes a living room, a large hall and kitchen – some images in daylight others at night…

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and this is one corner inside the room we have made into an office… it looks out onto the panoramic view..

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and soon we will have some images of Andreea’s clinic…

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One Comment

  1. Judit
    Posted April 30, 2009 at 7:02 am | Permalink

    You have a lovely house, Ronen. Enjoy this luxury! I understand the work you were talking about. It looks like it is worth it!
    Kisses from Barcelona.

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