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Damacus Gate is one of the eight gates in the wall around Jerusalem, built in the 16th century by the Ottoman ruler Suleiman the Magnificent. There is a constant flow of pedestrian traffic through it so I had a wait for a gap to shoot this image of three Palestinian women selling vegetables just inside the gate. The horizontal lines behind them are layers of iron cladding the wooden gate.

This was one roll of film which dissappointed. Not sure what happened to it, but many of the images turned out very grainy and milky looking. This was one of them, hence the choice of B&W.

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