This black & white photo series deals with the concrete bomb shelters that were an integral part of the buildings at Kibbutz Sasa in Northern Israel, where I grew up. I was drawn to these weird concrete structures, these monuments that were an inseparable part of my childhood landscape, a place to protect us kids during war time. I took black and white photographs of this gloomy, almost apocalyptic, world, which reflected my inner psyche back then. I photographed them from the outside, deserted except for a stray cat that managed to sneak into one frame.