|Group picture of (part of) the team that helped restore the Saeh Library in Tripoli|
Whenever I transfer pictures off from my camera’s memory card, I tend to name the transfer with whichever occasion that took place the moment the shots were taken at. I had never thought a day would come when I’d label my transfer “Saeh Beneath the Ashes”, the shock and trauma of that instant are still indescribable. But as I – and many others – had promised, the Library will be clean and will for sure shine like never before, in little to no time. Hence, today’s transfer was called “Saeh Renovated”, and it’s only the second day after the incident :)
Being there at the library the whole day long and having to process so many pictures, gives me little time to get comfortable enough to remember tiny details and narrate about this and that of all the funny and silly moments throughout both days, today and yesterday, but all at the same time I can’t stop myself from transferring to whoever couldn’t show up, how exhilarating it was to be among that bunch of white-hearted guys at the renovation of Al Saeh Library.
|Summary of yesterday's best shots.|
All in all, yesterday and the night before had a stench of darkness to them, all while today was a happy and bright day :) Oh how long has Tripoli been waiting for such people all flowing with great spirit and good intentions..