Wine: Grapes and wrath in the Middle East

As the bombing and rocket attacks in Gaza and Israel intensified over the past few weeks, saturating the 24-hour news channels, I found myself turning the sound down and instead just gazing at the horrific images emanating from the region.

24th January, 2009

As the bombing and rocket attacks in Gaza and Israel intensified over the past few weeks, saturating the 24-hour news channels, I found myself turning the sound down and instead just gazing at the horrific images emanating from the region. Through camera shots panning back and forth across the horizon I noticed that the rural landscape of the area - with its low, inclined slopes, good gravel and southern Rhone-like stoney fields - was ideal...

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