Route 358, located in the south of Israel, is often called the Israeli TOSCANA. It links the LACHISH communities, a wealthy Jewish villages, and LAKIA, a low social-economic Bedouin town. It goes along the concrete separation wall, that divides the land into two parts: Israel, where people can move freely and the West bank, where people are imprisoned in their homeland.
During my photographic journey I experienced the contrast between the pastoral, peaceful landscapes to the threatening wall.

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