International

Posted by | March 3, 2017
Kyrygz cloth seller

Starting off a blog series of Central Asian workers, this image of an elderly woman was taken when I was in the southern city of Osh in Kyrgyzstan. On this...

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Posted by | February 21, 2017
Voters in Sudan

In a village just over the southern edge of Sudan, these two men came out to register to vote in the 2011 South Sudan Referendum. Seven months later, this village became the...

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Posted by | February 19, 2017
Sixteen and in the Jungle

I met this girl while walking around her village in the Amazon jungle of Peru. I was there with Selva In Action, a medical outreach organization. She was tending to...

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Posted by | February 11, 2017
Somewhere between Bucharest and Kyiv

On the long 29-hour long train trip from Bucharest, Romania to Kyiv, Ukraine, the train stops in a number of towns that give the traveler the option to disembark, stretch...

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Posted by | February 9, 2017
Tunisian decor

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Posted by | February 9, 2017
Window to the Pamirs

The job of an election observer is often one where you are encased in a car travelling from one remote area to the next. It wasn't so rough commuting to...

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Posted by | February 5, 2017
Ambulance depot

Down the street from where I lived in Bucharest Romania, sat an ambulance depot. These old cars stood in neat lines, their forms like a bygone era. My guess is...

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Posted by | February 2, 2017
Somoni, what do you think?

Ismoil Somoni is the father of the Tajik nation. His statue is displayed prominently throughout the country and the name of the Tajik currency is the somoni. His reign as emir...

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Posted by | February 1, 2017
Voters’ List

A man and his son check the voters' list displayed on a board outside a polling station in Jendouba, Tunisia for the first presidential elections since this country's 2010 revolution...

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Posted by | January 19, 2017
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