Bait Ibrahim Bacha, also known as Qasr Joumblat

 

 

These prints are of what used to be. Yet what is, sadly, is not what was.
Why do things change?
The reason change is hard to accept is because it is simply not for the better. The present  is sad, and so it is much more pleasant to live in the past. Now things are harsh, even remembering is painful. Memories fade.
Photographs are taken to commemorate a moment. Prints remain long after the most beautiful buildings decay and fall to pieces.
What will happen? What will become of these monuments? Who will win in a courtroom filled with men claiming ownership over national heritage?

 

It is often said that one cannot understand the present
Without taking a look at the past
But if history repeats itself, then we need only to wait
After all,

Ignorance is Bliss