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Israel Photography by Yoav Cohen

  • Dead Sea Mineral Pool
  • Dead Sea Mineral Pool
  • Dead Sea Mineral Pool
  • Dead Sea Mineral Pool

Dead Sea Mineral Pool

PriceFrom $80.00

A drive down road 90 a transports you to another planet. Vast, seemingly desolate plains lie under towering mountains on one side, and on the other - the shore of the lowest place on earth.


The Dead Sea is a dying wonder. Years of industrial mining of its minerals, climate change and other human intervention have all created an imbalance that is rapidly expanding in this no-mans-land.


Still, the Dead Sea is still one of Israel's main attractions, drawing tourists away from the center an into the heart of the desert. And here, like many places, exploring the area from a bird's eye view gives a new appreciation for this natural wonder. Not only that, it reinforces the need to find a balance between the land, and us.


Surreal, like from a different planet - the Dead Sea's shores are like no other place on earth. And while it can be mesmorizing, this place is one of Israel's most beautiful tragedies. 


The South ponds of the Dead Sea are made up of artificial pools from which minerals and salt are industrially harvested. Between the northern lake and southern artificial evaporation pools are pumps that regulate the flow of water through the made man channel.

• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
• Giclée printing quality
• Opacity: 94%
• ISO brightness: 104%