Though the 2013 Oslo–Beirut trek was by far the longest trip he’s made, Norwegian/French photographer Sebastian Dahl is used to hitchhiking. His “Passengers” series is a combination of stills from a GoPro fixed on the dashboard of every car he’s been in. The trip marked a total of 112 charming Europeans that hosted Dahl in their cars, trucks, vans and even motorcycles.
Dahl’s journey took him through Southern and Eastern Europe to Turkey, and through the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli by boat, before finally arriving in Beirut. And, despite the fact that it was his first time in Lebanon, he spent a year living and working in Beirut.