The two Israeli soldiers were captured by Hezbollah fighters near the Lebanese border on Wednesday morning.
Israel responded by pounding Hezbollah positions with artillery.
This house, which was hit by an Israeli shell, is believed to have been a Hezbollah position.
Israeli ground forces then entered Lebanon to hunt for the missing soldiers.
Israeli and Lebanese civilians have been caught up in the fighting.
News of the soldiers' capture sparked celebrations among Hezbollah supporters in Beirut.
Palestinians in the Lebanese capital's refugee camps were quick to join in.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has described the capture of the soldiers as an "act of war" by Lebanon.