wondered what it would feel like to be naked in the big city. So she embarked on a project of self-portraits in some unlikely public places.
The single major event dedicated solely to photography in the entire Middle East, this Jordan-based festival serves as a showcase for regional work as well as a platform for international dialogue.
Over and under a single bridge in Kabul, two worlds lie mere meters apart. Above, children walk to school and a market bustles; daily life carries on, unworried. Below, over 2,000 hopelessly addicted heroin users are packed into what its denizens' call a "living hell." See this powerful photo-report.
A brilliant photo essay on the Big Game hunting industry in Portugal. Text and captions in Portuguese. The images speak in the universal language of photography.