The Sea by Rania, Palestine

I stood in front of that sea. The atmosphere was so kind and the kindest thing was the sound of the waves. I felt so relaxed, far from all the life troubles. It just takes looking at the beautiful scenes around you. The beauty, the sea, and the sun flirting with each other and the … Continue reading The Sea by Rania, Palestine

Clandestine Attitudes by Rima, Tunisia.

This is a series of pictures taken from different hidden parts of an Arab girl’s diary. Most women I have known in my country are having two or even three parallel lives so that they can satisfy their family and the society's expectation and then a "clandestino" life where a woman can think about herself … Continue reading Clandestine Attitudes by Rima, Tunisia.

Alsherak Bread by Nedall, Palestine.

These pictures are of women making saj bread, which we call 'alsherak' in Arabic. This kind of bread is very common in the Middle East and larger Arab world, especially in Bedouin societies. The ingredients are flour, water and a little salt. Mix them together, cut the dough into small pieces and then put one … Continue reading Alsherak Bread by Nedall, Palestine.

Deserted Landscapes by Sandra, Tunisia.

I really loved this exercise because I enjoy photography so much. Let me begin but guessing what your first reaction would be after seeing these pictures. You are probably going to say: " Well, she didn't take pictures of women, children or taxi drivers..." Indeed, I didn't. I have taken pictures of landscapes, because I want to … Continue reading Deserted Landscapes by Sandra, Tunisia.

Suffering Beauty by Wiem, Tunisia.

What is fair and what is not? Who gets to define that, control it or supervise it? Who gets to install it in this world? We sometimes tend to forget, or more likely, we tend to neglect some of the world’s most generous gifts: nature.  Ain Drahem is a place known for being one of the … Continue reading Suffering Beauty by Wiem, Tunisia.