Wednesday, November 08, 2006

back in the road

40 comments:

bedir26 said...

It's good to see you back. I hope that your not going anywhere. Good luck rebuilding your country and city.

Meg Nakagawa said...

Great to see you back!

Faye Pekas said...

Welcome back. It looks like a rocky area you are in.

wastedchix said...

Bless ya Lebanon may god protecsts u 4eva (:

lynn said...

Stunning colours in this hillside photo!

denton said...

I sure hope you start posting again. I would love to visit daily and find a new photo about Beirut.

Terra Vecchia said...

on the road again...

jazzy said...

yeah it seems like you're on the road again, nice scenery =)

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Pamela said...

Peace and Goodwill, from Tenerife (Spain).

lynn said...

Great landscape but i don't like the look of that ledge!

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KMF said...

NICE PHOTO

Miguel Angel Servellón said...

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Marius Muscalu said...

I have a photoblog with photos only from my city… Suceava / Romania… do you want to exchange links ? my photoblog address is http://suceveanul.com/

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I am Shashank Kaushal from University of Westminster, London and I am a reporter for Inter-Views ( http://interviewmag.co.uk )
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shashank said...

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Jay said...

Got lot of places like this in our places, a scary one. Happy Holidays!

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Té la mà Maria - Reus said...

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delphidailyphoto said...

may your road is less difficult in the future.

Anonymous said...

i really ope you start this up again, it is such a shame not ot have a daily photo blog from lebanon

sirlei said...

Hola amigo! Estoy visitando su blog, incluso muy bello, perfecto ... Tiene una buena noche. Visita mi en cualquier momento

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Meg in Nelson said...

Here's keeping my fingers crossed that you will resurrect this blog one way or another! Welcome back.

Kate said...

Hope that you can continue to blog with regularity so we all can get more education about Beirut. I've missed your photos. And, I hope that you also find a way to block spam messages!!