Turning a rekindled passion into a lucrative business

In addition to event photography, portraiture and fine-art photography, Rebecca Nathan Kowalsky , 55, teaches photography workshops for groups and one-on-one, to children and adults.

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June 25, 2015 16:29
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Rebecca Nathan Kowalsky. (photo credit: RONI LOEB RICHTER)

 
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Rebecca and Yossi Kowalsky were among the first 200 families in Efrat, a Gush Etzion community that now numbers more than 9,200 inhabitants.

They’ve made a tangible mark on Efrat, Yossi as a dentist in practice there since 1987 and Rebecca as a photographer whose works are displayed in the library, community center and clients’ homes.

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