When Israelis Are Asked to Take a Picture of a 'Celebration'

In our weekly Instagram challenge, Haaretz asked followers to tag photos with the word celebration. We received a lot of joy, laughter and silliness – and some sobering moments

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Photo by Roy Engel: Three girls, "one of them is my daughter (in the middle) during a birthday celebration that included lots of slapstick and nonsense."
Photo by Roy Engel: Three girls, "one of them is my daughter (in the middle) during a birthday celebration that included lots of slapstick and nonsense."
Daniel Tchetchik
Daniel Tchetchik
Daniel Tchetchik
Daniel Tchetchik

Blog editor: Daniel Tchetchik. From Exposure: Haaretz Photo Blog. Follow on Facebook

Photo by Erez Davidi: A wedding in Naples.
Photo by Gabriela Glazer: Jerusalem's ultra-orthodox neighborhood Mea Shearim during Purim.
Photo by Nir Shaharabani: Untitled
Photo by Tom Bartov: Noga and Jonathan's wedding in Tel Aviv-Jaffa
Photo by Carmel Barak: Yaheli
Photo by Nadav Cnaan: Teenagers at the flags parade, Jerusalem 2012
Photo by Shira Abulafia: The band's visit to Nabi Saleh
Photo by Roy Engel: Three girls, "one of them is my daughter (in the middle) during a birthday celebration that included lots of slapstick and nonsense."
Photo by Rotem Gridish: Untitled
Photo by Yaniv Rozen: A bachelor's party
Photo by Guy Sachaf: Flower girls at a wedding in the countryside
Photo by Moran Dankner: LGBTQ parade in New York
Photo by Michael Elnathan: Two foreign workers – he is from Thailand, she is from the Philippines – reminisce on his last shift before his return home.
Photo by Gilad Bar Shalev: Family members celebrate Passover.

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