Photojournalist Jonathan Alpeyrie has just returned from covering the war in Syria.
He recently spoke with CNN detailing his risky journey both getting into and out of the country documenting the Free Syrian Army and the Syrian refugees struggle to cross over to Turkey. Read more about Jonathan’s experience and see his powerful photos on CNN.
Anastasia Photo will have an exhibition of Jonathan Alpeyrie’s WWII Veterans, opening April 11 thru May 31, 2012, opening reception April 11, 6:30-8:30.
Syrian families fleeing the war zone are resting near a camp fire a few hundred meters from the Turkish border.
A FSA member is riding a horse during a retreat of his unit through to the mountains after their defeat inside the city of Idlib
Syrian families are escaping into Turkey by foot through mountains in order to reach refugee camps across the border. Many children are amongst them
About 11 rebels, survivors of the fighting in Idlib and Al Janoudia are held up inside a small house. Most have deserted from the Syrian army to join the rebellion.
Rebels are drinking tea and washing up early in the morning inside their makeshift defensive position
The rebel leader and one of his soldiers are preparing IED’s to destroy government forces tanks.
A truck full of Syrian families try to escape into Turkey by escaping Bashar Assad’s troops in the area.
Syrian families are escaping into Turkey by foot through mountains in order to reach refugee camps across the border. Many children are amongst them.
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