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The Temples of an Atheist State

Today the bunkers of Albania resemble the abandoned ruins of ancient temples, which sometimes surrealistically supplement the urban or rural landscapes of the country.

Limbus

The cemeteries of Manila (the capital of the Philippines) are huge communities on the margins of society. With their own structures and manners of functioning, they are home to small houses, markets, eateries, and many shacks, in a situation that borders extreme poverty.

Tefes

The port of Kafountine, in the Senegalese region of Casamance, attracts every morning hundreds of go-getters coming from West African countries. Here fish is the precious pearl of the ocean.
Rice manual drying in India

The Manual Drying Process of Rice Grain

Drying of paddy grains are one of the most important step before sending them to Rice mill. Drying reduces grain moisture level to a safe benchmark which is suitable for storage. When rice is harvested it consist of 20 – 30% moisture & high moisture in a grain can destroy the entire sample or encourage development of molds, and increase the likelihood of attack from pests.
waste of Growing Cities

Waste of Growing Cities in India

Pollution from human activities is changing the earth’s climate. We see the damage that a disrupted climate can do on our coasts, our forests, mountains, and cities. Those impacts will grow more severe unless we start Rethink, Reduce and Recycle.

The plight of the Rohingya

As nearly a million survivors of ethnic cleansing struggle to rebuild their lives in Bangladesh, the vestiges of violence, ubiquitous illness and injury, emotional trauma, insufficient resources, and food insecurity permeates their new existence...

The Sand Cowboys

About fifteen or twenty kilometers north from Delhi, as one goes along the river Yamuna, one comes upon the sand banks left behind by the shrinking river. That is a source of livelihood for some. A group of youths...
Bangladeshi Muslim people travel home to celebrate Eid al-Fitr

Bangladeshi people prepare to leave for Eid al-Fitr holiday

Bangladeshi Muslim people travel home in a overcrowded ferries and trains in Dhaka, Bangladesh ahead of the Eid al-Fitr holiday.

Point of No Return

Life as a Refugee in Southern Rakhine's IDP Camps. A photographic project that addresses the systematic persecution of the Rohingya minority, perpetuated by the militarized, predominantly Buddhist, Rakhine government.
cuban bus

Cuba

Besides the desire to just share what I witness I want to create from what I experience. Shooting on film made me strip down to the 4 most basic elements: composition, light, color and motion.
Girls are playing with stones

Mountainland: Vietnamese Photographs - North Northwest

„Mountainland“ surveys the lives and societies of the Southeast Asian Massif, a region that sprawls across Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, China, India and Bangladesh.

Devotees of Rakher Upobash

Thousands of Hindu devotees sits with Prodip and prays to God in front of Shri Shri Lokanath Brahmachar Ashram temple during the Rakher Upobash at Dhaka, Bangladesh. Lokenath Brahmachari who is called Baba Lokenath was an 18th Century Hindu saint and philosopher in Bengal.