During our recent long weekend we drove into the mountains. We hadn't gone that direction since 2007. It was wonderful to see Lebanon's amazing landscape of mountains and valleys again. It had been too long.
While we were there we went to Ksara, where we had lunch and a tour of the caves with friends. While we were there I had the good fortune to look up. This is what I saw:
It's the inside of the roof. Traditional buildings like the Chateau at Ksara almost always have a red tile roof. From the inside, you can see the support structure, you can see the way the tiles overlap.
The light in there wasn't the best, but I was able to capture the imprint on the tile, the cute moth insignia and the mortar sealing all the overlapping edges.