Update: Reuters pulling all photos by Adnan Hajj. Over 900 of them.
That all depends on how you look at it, I suppose. Or how one dates a photograph. (click thumbnails to enlarge)
Hat tip to a reader for these.
A Lebanese man carries belongings he found in the wreckage of his home after it was targeted by the Israeli air strikes, in southern Beirut July 23,2006. (Adnan Hajj/Reuters)
Note the tilting building in the background. This appears to have been a favorite location for Adnan Hajj, as you can also see here. The real issue is that the area was apparently bombed five days before. See link and image below.
Buildings damaged by Israeli air strikes in southern Beirut, July 18, 2006. (Adnan Hajj/Reuters)
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