How a photographer’s first-hand account of her first trip to Syria transformed her life

Posted by BBC News on Tuesday, November 12, 2018 14:17:47The journey to Syria began in January 2017 with the purchase of a camera by a photographer, Nelly Carbonell.

“I was really happy with the product, I loved it,” she said.

“The price point was very low.

I was able to cover a lot of different parts of Syria with it.”

Ms Carbonella is now based in Aleppo, Syria, and she is one of the few Syrians who has documented the journey of the people who have been affected by the conflict there.

“People are suffering,” she told me.

“There is so much suffering in Syria.

It is very hard to get a picture of the everyday lives, people who are suffering.”

This was the first time I had been in Syria, I’ve been there five years and I’ve never experienced anything like this.

To show the suffering and the suffering of the refugees and also to show the Syrian flag.””

My main goal was to document and show the plight of the Syrian people,” she explained.

“To show the suffering and the suffering of the refugees and also to show the Syrian flag.”

Because there is so little information on Syria, it is difficult to know how to take a picture, but this was the only way I could show it.

“Her photos have also been featured on the BBC’s World Service.

Ms Carbonesll, who was living in Turkey at the time of the conflict, decided to travel to Syria after seeing an advertisement in Turkish newspapers.”

As soon as I saw the ad, I had a very good feeling that I could travel to war-torn Syria and work on a project with a camera,” she recalled.”

It was like I knew the place, and the people.

I started with my own camera and went to the border, and I had my passport.

“She was able, through her travels, to interview more people and to learn more about their lives.

She started a photography project with the help of a Syrian photographer, Abdulrahman al-Moussa, and another Syrian photographer who had also travelled to Syria to work.”

At the end of the project, I was quite surprised to find that I was working with people who had been traumatised,” she added.

Ms Carolalella is currently working with the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) to document the conflict in Syria and to share the photos with the world.”

We are working to share these photos with people in order to help them understand what it is like to be a refugee in Syria,” she concluded.

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I am working to spread awareness about this issue and to help refugees and the Syrians to understand what is happening in their own country,” she concludes.

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