Where dirt meets water. “Where dirt meets water” is how comedian Bill Hicks described the beach, it’s a place where surrealism is at it’s beat.
My eyes on Cuba. I am an Israeli photojournalist from Jerusalem who works for the largest newspaper in Israel.
Time has no meaning. Zanzibar is a Muslim island in Tanzania, the island is quite toured by travelers all over the world, despite it, can still see the magical authenticity in big
Port and beach of Tel Aviv. Life in the summer of Tel Aviv. Capture the colorful life in TLV on B&W.
Lost in Tokyo. It was my first visit to Japan, in Tokyo. A place so different and so strange. A lot of people in the streets, people who are not easy to discover their emotions, pe
Tel Street is not a studio. Street Photography moments.
The Flowing spirit. My project about the spiritual experience.
Transylvania. Street photos. This series was done in December of 2017 during visiting Gypsy villages. I was born not far from those places in Ukraine and I wanted to enter again in
Street Etc | Just Life. Country: Israel Bio: Omri Shomer, Street Photographer based in Israel. Married to Tamar and father of Noam, 2 years baby girl. London photo festival finali
Glimpse into those moments. The camera compels me to stop and pay attention to the environment, to see and feel people and situations around me. I find myself instantly and instinc
Streets of Israel. These photos are my point of view on the very unique kind of life in Israel.