A fruit vendor in the streets of Diyarbakir, Turkey in July 2002.
In the days after the fall of Baghdad, Iraqis were frustrated and confused. Here. they vented their anger at the lack of organization and answers at a young American Marine.
Nightlife in Beirut
A man celebrates Pakistan Independence Day in Rawalpindi in 2009.
A 16-year-old member of a security detail and a tribal militia in Swat Valley near Mingora, Pakistan, relaxes for a few quiet moments in the captured house of a Taliban commander. The Pakistani Army has been urging the formation of these tribal militias to combat the Islamic militants bedeviling the frontier and tribal areas of Pakistan.
At Karachi Fashion Week
Buddhist devotees walk the prayer wheel on the roof of the Buddhist temple in Singapore’s Chinatown.
Girls of Mehmood Kot prepare bread for the remains of the village on Friday, Sept 3, a month after flood waters devastated their homes. Residents of Mehmood Kot have been waiting a month for relief aid, which they say they have not receieved.
In Bali, traditional dance is central to the culture and often used to tell stories of the great Hindu epics. Here, a dancer takes part in a kecek dance depicting a battle from the Ramayana.
Porters enjoy a rough shisha in the high mountains of the Indian Himalayas en route to the Pindari Glacier.
Boys play a game of carrom in Khati
The children of Tha Sala have the most to lose as traditions give way to development from the government and big industry. Here, a nephew of Manit Hankla plays in the rainwater in the family’s humble compound. While too young to work on the boat, if the power plant is completed, it’s unclear what his future will hold.
Other fishermen have already been out all day, returning with their catches after a day on the water.
Panit, left, Muussin and Harit rest after two solid hours of laying out the heavy nets needed to harvest the sea’s bounty. As they wait, they swap jokes, consume energy drinks and look out over the sea.
Monks in Luangprabang, Laos
Evening on the Mekong, looking back to Thailand from Laos.
A woman prays in a temple in Ho Chi Minh City
Angkor Wat in the late afternoon
New Year’s rodeo in Western Australia, 2012. The cowboy culture is alive and well in the outback.
Alejandro Ordóñez takes a break from picking coffee on Hacienda Venecia outside Manizales, Colombia, on Oct 10, 2013. Ordóñez says he picks about 70-80 kg/day and makes 380COP per kilo – a daily pay of about $14-16USD.
Carrying coffee in Salento, in Colombia’s coffee region. This pretty little town is usually packed with Colombian tourists fleeing the larger cities in search of some peace and quiet. Only the early mornings granted that, however.
A woman walks behind the remains of a house destroyed by Pakistan’s floods on Friday, Sept 3, 2010, after flood waters swept through the village of Mohammad Kot a month ago. Residents of Mehmood Kot have been waiting a month for relief aid, which they say they have not received.
Juan David Fernandez, 16, of Bogotá, gets painted by a friend at a protest against the removal of Bogotá Mayor Gustavo Petro, who was ousted by Colombia’s Inspector General in December last year. The dismissal of Petro has polarize Colombia and caused those on the political left to express fears for the future of democracy in the Andean nation.
Juan David Fernandez, 16, of Bogotá, protests against the removal of Bogotá Mayor Gustavo Petro, who was ousted by Colombia’s Inspector General in December last year. The dismissal of Petro has polarize Colombia and caused those on the political left to express fears for the future of democracy in the Andean nation.
Given Petro’s background with the leftist guerrilla group M-19, the imagery of revolution was abundant.
The colorful doors of old San Juan, Puerto Rico
Children in the Bakassi IDP camp outside of Maiduguri play a game of pickeup soccer.