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The photograph is one of a series entitled "Real Prince," taken by Lebanese photographer Ayla Hibri in Yemen.Capturing the diversity of what the photographer describes of a "tribe" of motorcycle riders with colorful, creatively decorated bikes, the series is being released as a limited edition book this month. The publication is part of a series of 25 profiling the work of five women photographers in five cities around the world for a project entitled "POV Female". Beirut is the last of the five cities, selected by Damien Poulain, founder and creative director of London-based photography book publisher oodee. Published in limited editions of 100 copies, each book includes a small text about the photographer's work, along with color reproductions of the photos in the series. Hibri is the only one of the Lebanese photographers selected whose series does not focus on Beirut.Mirza's book contains images from two series, "Beirutopia" and "Parallel Universes".The final book contains photos from Daher and Tabet's series "The Reeds," which takes a very different focus.
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