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Ilan Hirschowitz was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. Today he works as a Software Support & Dba Manager for a large international software company. Photography is his passionate hobby and he recently took part in a wild life photographic Safari with his father and son in the Chobe game park in Botswana. As a young boy he always was in close contact with cameras, darkrooms, lenses and learnt the classical art of photography from his father, an avid enthusiast. Ilan started taking pictures on a more serious note in his early 20’s. He also has a love of the outdoors which in his youth was spent exploring on horseback in the South African veld. His love of Nature photography was rekindled in his hometown, Tel Mond in Israel, after discovering many majestic landscapes on his doorstep. He often goes out evenings, camera in hand to chase the ultimate sunset or beautiful cloudy sky. Ilan has had several photographic exhibitions in Tel Mond, Or Yehuda, Sarasota and Netanya. He has also published a number of photographic books. Ilan may be contacted at ihvision@gmail.com


 This short story is based on actual events and is dedi...
Photos and words by Ilan Hirschowitz

The man who started it all in 1996 ... Cyclenix founder John Cohen

Cycling quartet ... Anna Sheffer, Barbara Sher, Yochi Levy and Michal Cahn

Cyclenix members Yvette Hirschowitz and Merril Walder

I think one could say without a doubt that cycling is Israel...
A Sikorsky helicopter in action

A Sikorsky helicopter in action Daniel's day started off nor...



Photographs: Ilan Hirschowitz Nested in the Carmel mountain ...
We meet again . . . Len Brewer and his wife Ros with Ilan Hirschowitz (right)

"Ilan", Rhonda from ESRAmagazine offices asked, "do you mind...

July 2012 It is Monday, one week to D-day, when once again m...

Buddy, our beloved pet terrier was put to rest. This ended a...

The number is 41. Seems innocuous enough - individual digits...

Norman Mailer was my mother's first cousin. I guess that mak...

The ongoing personal saga of having a child in the IDF Thank...
The Herschowitz family at the recruitment center, saying farewell to their son (middle)

I realized that fathers do cry when standing, camera in hand...
On the Chobe river, at Chobe National Park, Botswana

Chobe – the name has a magical, mysterious sound to it which...