Clearly & sadly the 366 project is dead! Once the schools started, I wasn’t able to follow-up with shooting & posting every day
But don’t be too sad, I got a bunch of photos to post!
Here is the latest one from a trip to Arz last weekend.
The ice over the snow made them look like miniature cedar trees!
let me know what you think of it
How do you write that!!? It was hard to decide which way is better & after reducing the choices to two. I decided to keep both of them!
Beit ed Dine, Beit ed-Dine (in Arabic بيت الدين, translates to “House of Religion”) is a village, located 50 KM away from Beirut, in Shouf district & is famous for the Beiteddine Palace, where the Beiteddine Festivals are held every year.
So here we go, a trip to Beit el Dine / Beit ed Dine / Beiteddine / Bayt el Dine / Bayt el dine……..
The main entrance of the castle.
Some More of Beit ed Dine