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Last Sunday we visited (me and Rodrigue) a traditional old town, north mount Lebanon.

The owner of an aging Cafe, invited us for a cup of coffee.

 

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Very beautiful shots, dear Edgard. I love them both, but maybe the first one a little more!

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Rodrigue, Neko and Louis, thank you for your comments. 

 

Regards,

Edgard

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Lee and Henry, thank you for your comments.

 

Regards,

Edgard

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