A woman carrying food and water home for her family. Most of the million and a half Syrian refugees in Lebanon are living in informal tented settlements such as this one. The Bekaa Valley is home to a large number of these settlements due to its close proximity to the Demascus/Beirut highway.
Migration. It’s been on my mind. Not so much Canadian Geese, but human migration, and more specifically refugees. People that have been driven out of their homes and forced to find safety abroad.
For the past two weeks I’ve been collaborating on a documentary in Beirut that will eventually become the inaugural film for @thewilderstudio. I’ve learned so much in such a short period of time, that I feel like my head might explode!
I’m really excited to share some of the stories and still imagery from Lebanon with you, so keep an eye out over the next few weeks! (As a side note, this is the last photo in the series from the Walchuk Ranch with @filson1897. Thank you for all of your positive feedback. It was awesome to see everyone get so excited about the ranching lifestyle!)