While I’m working on my next article, about the devastated suburbs south of Beirut, here are some postcards from Nothern Lebanon where things are a little more peaceful.
Lebanon isn’t all-war-all-the-time. If it were, I would not want to spend so much of my time there.
Cedars of Lebanon
Bcherre, Mount Lebanon, birthplace of Khalil Gibran
Winter sun rays over Mount Lebanon
Top of the Qadisha Valley
Woman carved into the side of a cedar tree
Jesus carved into the side of a cedar tree
The Qadisha Valley at twilight
The coastline from Byblos looking south toward Beirut
Previous Lebanon photo galleries here and here.
All photos copyright Michael J. Totten