Photographer Axelle Duault-Dhallenne is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. From the project ‘Liban mon amour’. To see Axelle’s body of work, click on any image.
It was in May 2019 that I visited Lebanon to join a friend; just before the Covid and the terrible explosion that ravaged a large part of the city of Beirut. It was the first time I traveled to a Middle Eastern country and I was completely seduced by this harmonious atmosphere and so benevolent at first sight, despite the difficulties already present.
I collected day by day the details that caught my attention. This series is a condensed version of that. Letting myself be carried away by what was in front of me during our walks, I was fascinated by the novelty that this country represented for me. Everything takes on a different aspect when you discover a new culture and my memories are now enveloped by the sounds that inhabited the city: the chanting of the muezzin, the traffic of cars, the horns, the traditional music.
All images and text © Axelle Duault-Dhallenne
By Axelle Duault-Dhallenne
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