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Midtown Manhattan, where words take precedence over people.
The American Flag on the side of a truck
A refugees in RD Congo touching a Bible.
Mannequins blanketed by the midnight darkness
A woman cross the waters channels in Mekong' s delta. Vietnam.
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Women colourig wool with a traditional sistem.
Mannequins blanketed by the midnight darkness
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A tatooed bedoin woman in Sahara.
Nightfall in Paranagu.
Kim Phu, the most famous girl ever shooting during Vietnam War is watching on TV by her sister.
A time when we were vibrant and ebullient.
River Congo. Boy looking at Brazzaville.
A family on the 7 train at 4am.
Beached in Barbados
The Dance of Joy
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A bedouin nomad cross the desert.
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Pool, after Hockney
Man staring into the lens through a subway window.
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Kim Phu, the most famous girl ever shooting during Vietnam War is watching on TV by her sister.

Kim Phu, the most famous girl ever shooting during Vietnam War is watching on TV by her sister.

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Date Taken: 08.2008
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