"Man, nature and panorama in the most beautiful nature reserve in the world" / Guy Olami
Carmel's exhibition "Kenya and Tanzania through the photo lens" illustrates a
collage of landscapes and fauna in the "Black continent", Africa.
The photographer opens a window for the observer and invites him in. Shlomo's camera does not intrude the lives of the locals; they are aware of his existence but it does not change their daily routine.
The cheetahs resting under the tree, dazed, but all a while alert, always on guard for potential prey. The little girl who stretches out her hand in a graceful halt movement and makes the observer smile and feel as if is a part of the experience.
Shlomo Carmel is a member of Kibbutz "Mishmar Ha'Negev" and he is the general manager of "Another World" company. He is an amateur photographer with the perspective of a traveler and in his photos there is a celebration of the magic of life.
The photos paints the exhibition with soft, pastoral colors and offers a colorful collage of man, nature and panorama, splendid sunsets in the virginal savannas landscapes and an authentic documentation of the circle of life in the primal African nature.
Link to "Kenya - Tanzania" - Photo Exhibition