A young man standing proudly on the Ring Bridge highway in Beirut, Lebanon, waving an enormous Lebanese flag that nearly engulfs his body. Protesters occupied this road as a symbol of what still plagues the nation. With the flag securing his anonymity, this shot symbolizes a popular chant throughout Thawra: “Who’s the leader of the revolution?” With every individual responding, “I am!”
Printed on Fuji Crystal Archive paper with a matte finish. The paper is coated with a slightly stippled texture giving a very natural finish with subtle color.
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