Category Archives: Lebanon

Sunset at the Mosque in Beirut

The yellow limestone of Beirut’s freshly built Solidere neighborhood is a great conductor for the light of the lowering sun on a warm winter day. The streets are empty, devoid of sounds just as they are of people, until the

Sunset at the Mosque in Beirut

The yellow limestone of Beirut’s freshly built Solidere neighborhood is a great conductor for the light of the lowering sun on a warm winter day. The streets are empty, devoid of sounds just as they are of people, until the

New Year’s Eve 2011 in Beirut

Most people had the exact same reaction when I told them I was going to Beirut. “Why?” I never knew what to say, and I still don’t – other than why not. If why not is not enough of an answer, consider the

New Year’s Eve 2011 in Beirut

Most people had the exact same reaction when I told them I was going to Beirut. “Why?” I never knew what to say, and I still don’t – other than why not. If why not is not enough of an answer, consider the