The August  2018 issue of the National Geographic Israel addition 2018, features my photograph of Salt Chimneys in the Dead Sea, located in Israel. The article that follows mentions about the new non profit organization, ‘The Dead Sea Revival Project’ , DSRP, which I have  pioneered, in order to build environment education and advocacy tools for preserving the Dead Sea and Israel’s water treasures.

This is a dream come true, featured in my favorite nature magazine, which has opened up my eyes , mind and heart to explore one of the natural wonders of the world.

National Geographic Israel Edition represents the first scientific recognition of my time-lapse photography work I’ve been doing at the Dead Sea for the past over 2 years.

Here’s a short video of my 2 year time-lapse photography, exposing the environmental drama like never seen before, documenting the receding water levels.

The Marine science school of Haifa has joined the DSRP efforts to upgrade the documentation capabilities, using advanced technology for time lapse documentation.
Here’s a short video explaining about this technology.
Here’s the one pager of equipment we seek sponsors for.

In terms of global climate change –The scientific world can gain and explore from us, using advanced documentation technology in the lowest place on earth. We received ’s a letter from a professor from the geography department of California State university, emphasizing exactly that.  The content  can also be used by film makers and TV producers who will value visual arts from the 8th Wonders of the World and produce a top quality product.

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Noam Bedein is a director of the Sderot Media Center. It is a media advocacy center which portrays the human face of Sderot and southern Israel under siege, to the international media and public. Noam, a native of Tzfat, grew up in Efrat, Israel. After finishing the Beit El Yeshiva High School, Noam learned at a pre-Army training program in the Jordan Valley and then served for three years as an IDF sergeant for an artillery scout unit along the Lebanese border. After the army, Noam served as an emissary for The Jewish Agency in Boston, Massachusetts and then traveled for a year in the Far East.

Upon his return to Israel, Noam relocated to Sderot and pioneered the “Sderot Media Center for the Western Negev Ltd", which has spawned the Sderot Media Center. In this position, Noam is a photojournalist, lecturer and gives briefings to foreign government officials, embassies, foreign press and student groups from around the world.

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