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To store food for the winter, Gray Jays use sticky saliva to attach food to tree branches. ⠀ ⠀ Photo: Tara Fuller/Great Backyard Bird Count
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Postcard from my time in Beirut ~~ looking over to the majestic Mediterranean Sea on the corniche area of Beirut made me realise how lucky we can be even in times of sorrow. While walking the streets of Lebanon you see a duality: those who were born and raised there and those who enjoy a luxurious life in incredibly modern buildings. You see Muslim women sticking to the traditional ways and those who are westernised. But most importantly, you see buildings that were once of great pride to the nation and now, after being destroyed by a never ending war, all that is left are the remains as constant reminder of the reality of the situation in the Middle East. When my plane landed, with very few of us on board, I remember one man that as we were getting off the plane asked “anyone crossing to Damascus by car?” The situation was obvious, there weren’t any flights going in or out of Siria and Lebanon was as close as this man could get to his city. This man, on his late 50s was coming from London and going into a war zone because that’s where his family was. I think about him sometimes, and I really hope he is alive and well. So as I was looking into the immensity of this beautiful sight, it was inevitable to be reminded of the tragically beautiful scenery surrounding me... #lebanon #beirut #thecorniche #love #peace #brothers #war #beautiful #tragedy #travel #wanderlust #mindful #photography #lovingkindness #friendship #girlswhotravel