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Story Formats & Examples
To send us a story, you need: 8 to 10 images or videos plus a 5 lines of text, similar to the examples below.
We will help perfect the copy after you submit your stories. The images or videos have to have a decent resolution so we can animate them.
Zoe, the dog cleaning Monsef
The story of the Egg
Example : Village Story --> Douma
Sory by @PeterGhanime Ambassador of @livelovedouma
Set in the heart of the Batroun Mountains, Douma bears all the hallmarks of a traditional Lebanese village, with its quaint houses, noise-free streets and charming souk. Douma is located around 80km from Beirut, a one-and-a-half to two-hour drive. The old souk of Douma is picture perfect. You can stroll around and pick up some local specialties, including halawa, olive oil and homemade jams. At over 1,000m above sea level, Douma offers breathtaking views and great hiking trails. Visitors can explore the nearby village of Bechaaleh, where there are olive trees dating back to thousands of years.

Example: Portrait --> Nefeh, the Bell Maker of Beit Chabeb
The bell industry began in Lebanon in the 1700s in the village of Beit Chabeb. It was founded by Youssef Ghobril, he is the first person who made a bell, and when he did, people said Youssef did good. From there, came the family name Nefeh. He taught the tradition to his children. From the 1700s till the end of the1900s there were 10 families making bells bells in Beit Chabeb. After WWI and WWII, they started slowly decreasing. Until the 2000s two or three families only were still making bells. They started dying of old age one after the other. Nefeh is the last person from the Nefeh Family still making bells. His bells are spread in the entire Middle East and in the western countries too. Bells are a symbol of Beit Chabeb and the tradition lives on.

Example: Landmark --> The Egg
Story by @RajaZakhour ambassador of @livelove.architecture
The Dome' or 'The Egg' as we call it is an iconic monument in Downtown Beirut.The Egg was commissioned as part of a modernist set of buildings in 1965, designed by architect Joseph Philippe Karam. The complex was meant to house a movie theater, a shopping mall and office spaces. The Egg itself, was the cinema. When the civil war started in 1975, the commercial center was still unfinished. The Egg and only one of the 2 towers were built. The tower was destroyed, leaving The Egg standing alone. This year, Plastik Gallery reopened The Egg to the public for the first time in 10 years, re-claiming it as a cultural space. What do you think its fate should be?
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