Harissa Overcast

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For Izabella’s last day in Beirut, Samsam and I took her to Harissa. The town sits on a moun­tain­side about 30 min­utes from Central Beirut and is best known for a large Basilica and Our Lady of Lebanon, a mon­u­ment to the Virgin Mary which can be seen all the way from the coast.

A thin fog dif­fused the light and cast over the scene a mood of sweet melan­choly.

OUR LADY OF LEBANON • Click on the slideshow for a larg­er view.

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Rajendra Shrestha July 6, 2010 at 12:12 pm

Dear Meedo,I always like your work and it is aways learning which are new for me, I only knew by name of midle east countries, never been there. Seeing your picture, I feel I am there with you. Thank you very much. Keep your hard work, you must come to visit Nepal Kathmandu Valley, is unique place and it has style of Arts and Culture. All the best, Raj. (I'm sai friend of Firas Witwit)

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Rajendra Shrestha July 6, 2010 at 3:12 pm

Dear Meedo,I always like your work and it is aways learning which are new for me, I only knew by name of midle east countries, never been there. Seeing your picture, I feel I am there with you. Thank you very much. Keep your hard work, you must come to visit Nepal Kathmandu Valley, is unique place and it has style of Arts and Culture. All the best, Raj. (I'm sai friend of Firas Witwit)

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Meedo Taha July 6, 2010 at 12:22 pm

Thanks for dropping by Raj. :) Nepal is on the top of my list of places I dream of visiting. Who knows maybe sometime soon!

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Meedo Taha July 6, 2010 at 3:22 pm

Thanks for dropping by Raj. :) Nepal is on the top of my list of places I dream of visiting. Who knows maybe sometime soon!

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