"We were so scared, we thought our lives were over. Everybody collected what they could and ran quickly to the forest. We spent the night there frightened without food or water״ said Mahboobeh, a 12-year-old Afghan refugee.
On the night of September 8, 2020, a fire broke out in Moria, the largest refugee camp located on the Greek island of Lesbos. The fire destroyed the vast majority of the camp and left tens of thousands of refugees in the middle of the chaos, forced to flee to the nearby forests while leaving all their personal belongings behind.
Between the ruins, there is life and memories that symbolize a never-ending journey.