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Olives in West Bank

I instantly liked this simple picture of an everyday process. Freezing objects in time like this is the unique ability of still photography, and it can transform a passing moment into something worth looking at for a while. The eye contact with the subject and the high position of the basket got me wondering if this picture had been set up by the photographer - but then again she'd probably look at the camera anyway if it suddenly appeared in the path of her olives.