A Lebanese army soldier holds an umbrella as he walks at a main road covered by the snow, in Al-Marj village, in the Bekaa valley, east Lebanon. While the storm disrupted life for everyone, it proved particularly trying for the hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees who live in tents and makeshift shelters in the Bekaa. The storm dumped rain and hail on Lebanon’s coast and heavy snows in the mountains and central Bekaa Valley, where gas stations, banks, schools and most shops closed. (Hussein Malla / AP)

Lebanon POW: 1 – 7 January

They felt neither the cool night, nor the cold stone, nor the damp ground, nor the wet grass; they looked at each other, and their hearts were full of thought. They had clasped hands, without knowing it. – Victor Hugo, Les Misérables.

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International POW 12 – 18 Nov

That moment when I say to my self my blog post is ready to publish, and at that moment, a friend shares a photo that is so beautiful that you should definitely add it to POW.

Well it happened today, and the photo I was taking about is the first one below, and before you go to the next one, be sure to read the caption to understand the whole story.

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