Just another quizzical eye
September 22, 2009 § 1 Comment
A U.S. marine contemplates the Hatra Ruins in Iraq's Jazeerah Desert. Albert F. Hunt
A Palestinian demonstrator in a wheelchair can't escape Israeli tear gas in Bilin. Muhammed Muheisen
Smoke rises thinly at the end of a Kabul street. Dima Gavrysh
Tagged: Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel, Kabul, Palestine, Photography, sand storm, tear gas
Nice idea to put these together; each central figure vulnerable amid a landscape that’s unforgiving somehow.
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