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"(IPTC080 contains(Doron Horowitz))": 1752 results 

 
Israeli cowboy at the grazing area at Kibbutz Marom Golan, in the Golan Heights, Northern Israel, on March 17, 2017. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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Israeli cowboy at the grazing area at Kibbutz Marom Golan, in the Golan Heights, Northern Israel, on March 17, 2017. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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Israeli cowboy at the grazing area at Kibbutz Marom Golan, in the Golan Heights, Northern Israel, on March 17, 2017. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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Israeli cowboy at the grazing area at Kibbutz Marom Golan, in the Golan Heights, Northern Israel, on March 17, 2017. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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Israeli cowboy at the grazing area at Kibbutz Marom Golan, in the Golan Heights, Northern Israel, on March 17, 2017. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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Israeli cowboy at the grazing area at Kibbutz Marom Golan, in the Golan Heights, Northern Israel, on March 17, 2017. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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A herd of horses run at the grazing area at Kibbutz Marom Golan, in the Golan Heights, Northern Israel, on March 17, 2017. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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A herd of horses run at the grazing area at Kibbutz Marom Golan, in the Golan Heights, Northern Israel, on March 17, 2017. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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A herd of horses run at the grazing area at Kibbutz Marom Golan, in the Golan Heights, Northern Israel, on March 17, 2017. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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A herd of horses run at the grazing area at Kibbutz Marom Golan, in the Golan Heights, Northern Israel, on March 17, 2017. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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A herd of horses run at the grazing area at Kibbutz Marom Golan, in the Golan Heights, Northern Israel, on March 17, 2017. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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A herd of horses run at the grazing area at Kibbutz Marom Golan, in the Golan Heights, Northern Israel, on March 17, 2017. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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People bath in the Dead Sea shore, on March 10, 2017. The Dead Sea is rapidly shrinking because of diversion of incoming water. Although the Dead Sea may never entirely disappear, because evaporation slows down as surface area decreases and saltiness increases, it is feared that the Dead Sea may substantially change its characteristics. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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People bath in the Dead Sea shore, on March 10, 2017. The Dead Sea is rapidly shrinking because of diversion of incoming water. Although the Dead Sea may never entirely disappear, because evaporation slows down as surface area decreases and saltiness increases, it is feared that the Dead Sea may substantially change its characteristics. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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View of salt formations on the Dead Sea shore, on March 10, 2017. The Dead Sea is rapidly shrinking because of diversion of incoming water. Although the Dead Sea may never entirely disappear, because evaporation slows down as surface area decreases and saltiness increases, it is feared that the Dead Sea may substantially change its characteristics. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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People bath in the Dead Sea shore, on March 10, 2017. The Dead Sea is rapidly shrinking because of diversion of incoming water. Although the Dead Sea may never entirely disappear, because evaporation slows down as surface area decreases and saltiness increases, it is feared that the Dead Sea may substantially change its characteristics. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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People bath in the Dead Sea shore, on March 10, 2017. The Dead Sea is rapidly shrinking because of diversion of incoming water. Although the Dead Sea may never entirely disappear, because evaporation slows down as surface area decreases and saltiness increases, it is feared that the Dead Sea may substantially change its characteristics. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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People bath in the Dead Sea shore, on March 10, 2017. The Dead Sea is rapidly shrinking because of diversion of incoming water. Although the Dead Sea may never entirely disappear, because evaporation slows down as surface area decreases and saltiness increases, it is feared that the Dead Sea may substantially change its characteristics. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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People bath in the Dead Sea shore, on March 10, 2017. The Dead Sea is rapidly shrinking because of diversion of incoming water. Although the Dead Sea may never entirely disappear, because evaporation slows down as surface area decreases and saltiness increases, it is feared that the Dead Sea may substantially change its characteristics. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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People bath in the Dead Sea shore, on March 10, 2017. The Dead Sea is rapidly shrinking because of diversion of incoming water. Although the Dead Sea may never entirely disappear, because evaporation slows down as surface area decreases and saltiness increases, it is feared that the Dead Sea may substantially change its characteristics. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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People bath in the Dead Sea shore, on March 10, 2017. The Dead Sea is rapidly shrinking because of diversion of incoming water. Although the Dead Sea may never entirely disappear, because evaporation slows down as surface area decreases and saltiness increases, it is feared that the Dead Sea may substantially change its characteristics. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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People bath in the Dead Sea shore, on March 10, 2017. The Dead Sea is rapidly shrinking because of diversion of incoming water. Although the Dead Sea may never entirely disappear, because evaporation slows down as surface area decreases and saltiness increases, it is feared that the Dead Sea may substantially change its characteristics. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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View the Dead Sea shore, on March 10, 2017. The Dead Sea is rapidly shrinking because of diversion of incoming water. Although the Dead Sea may never entirely disappear, because evaporation slows down as surface area decreases and saltiness increases, it is feared that the Dead Sea may substantially change its characteristics. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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View of salt formations on the Dead Sea shore, on March 10, 2017. The Dead Sea is rapidly shrinking because of diversion of incoming water. Although the Dead Sea may never entirely disappear, because evaporation slows down as surface area decreases and saltiness increases, it is feared that the Dead Sea may substantially change its characteristics. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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View of salt formations on the Dead Sea shore, on March 10, 2017. The Dead Sea is rapidly shrinking because of diversion of incoming water. Although the Dead Sea may never entirely disappear, because evaporation slows down as surface area decreases and saltiness increases, it is feared that the Dead Sea may substantially change its characteristics. Photo by Doron Horowitz/Flash90
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Doron Horowitz
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