hidden features

walking in circles by natalie naccache

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With frequent car bombs taking place in Lebanon, an unstable government, and a dwindling economy, many young people are desperate to leave Lebanon. The ones who remain adjust their daily routine and stay indoors during the day, for fear of being at the wrong place at the wrong time when an explosion takes place. The following photographs are an attempt to explain how fragile Beirut feels.

BIO:

Natalie Naccache is a Lebanese-British photojournalist based in Beirut, Lebanon.

She is represented by Getty Global assignments and formerly Reportage by Getty Images Emerging Talent group. Having grown up to Lebanese parents in London, her work challenges preconceived ideas of the Middle East in modern day society.  Her photographs have been published in places such as The New York Times, Le Monde, Der Spiegel, D la Repubblica, The Independent, Monocle, Christian Aid, Esquire, and Marie Claire.
Walking in Circles
Walking in Circles
Walking in Circles
Walking in Circles
Walking in Circles
Walking in Circles
Walking in Circles
Walking in Circles
Walking in Circles
Walking in Circles
Walking in Circles