Sunset by Elie Khoury
Kahraba Awou Moteur? By GNasr
Beirut At Night – By Hassan
Snowing in Ouyoun Orgosh – By Ramy Khadra
Natural Painting – By HighSamAchkar
The storm is over but there are still some pretty cool pictures to share.
Charbel is a super talented Lebanese photographer and takes some pretty amazing pictures. Check out his Facebook page [Here].
Thumbs up for this great picture Rodrigue!
Apocalypse Now – By Abraham Helal
Clouds were gorgeous this week and we got some breathtaking lightening pictures. A perfect weather for fresh Manakish and a hot cup of tea.
Sunset – By Chantale Estephan
Clouds – Picture by Elyssar Najem
Electrifying – By Sarar Hilal
Manakish – By DJ Base
Taken By Toni Obeid
Taken by Rodrigue Zahr
Taken by Elie Zamroud
Bkessine – Picture by Zaher
Raouché Street Performer – Picture via Rodrigue
Jounieh Bay – Picture by Kali
Breast Cancer Awareness Month – Picture by P015
October, or 50 shades of Blue – Picture via Roula
Cloud Apocalypse – by RanaaWakim
I will dedicate from now on a weekly post to highlight the most popular pictures shared by LiveLoveBeirut. I love the team behind LiveLoveBeirut and I think they are doing an amazing job by showing the beautiful side of Lebanon and encouraging people to take and share breathtaking pictures from all around the country.
I hope you enjoy them!
After the rain – by Julienabc
Enjoying the good weather while it lasts – by Mounir Arab
Colorful stairs – Done by by @dihzahyners and @chadthemad sponsored by @colortek_kassaa.
Great Thunderstorm shot – by RodrigueZahr
I love and admire Gebran Tueni and I like the fact that the Gebran Tueni Foundation is launching such a contest but they should have done an extra effort and made it more appealing and interesting. There are no guidelines or rules, the contest is way too broad and has no theme, the poster is dull, the contact email is @gmail and the Gebran Tueni Foundation website is outdated and doesn’t even include the contest.
I’ve been following Lara’s work for years and I am a huge fan of hers. I don’t know how she comes up with these pictures, but it takes a lot of talent, passion and creativity to do so and she obviously got them all. Lara is a self-taught photographer and her work is a mix of conceptual, dreamlike and psychological themes. She has already participated in a lot of exhibitions, was an award recipient at the 2011 Shabab Ayyam Photography Competition and had a solo show in Ayyam Gallery in January 2013. Lara’s pretty popular on social media with over 500,000 followers on her Facebook page.
I was hoping that she’d follow her passion all the way and that’s what she did recently by becoming a full time photographer.