Lebanon between sea & fire

“Lebanon between sea and fire” reflects the situation of a country where peace is constantly hung to a thread. In the last three decades, long and destructive armed conflicts have ravaged the country. The majority of Lebanese have been affected by armed conflict; 75% of the population has direct and personal experience of it, and most others report suffering a range of hardships.

Lebanon is an interesting mix of different ways of life. Since I visited Lebanon for the first time in 2005, I tried to understand the Lebanese society and I started to document the life in Lebanon through two different concepts: the sea with its calmness and its constant permanency and the land and its unstable state.