Driving through the Jordan Valley towards the Sea of Galilee can be the best way to view the sky, there’s hardly any light pollution, the full moon is deep orange; you can wish upon shooting stars and see the Milky Way. As the sun moved to the corner of the sky – enormous clouds sent away any chance of seeing stars at all. The Milky Way poured in big drops of rain.
The inner space is the refuge of the car (with reflection of a sticker on the dashboard) and the outer is what’s on the other side of the glass. Space is the gap between what I see and what I think I see. Space is a doubt. (Oil on canvas)