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Kazakh Sportsman

An accomplished eagle hunter and well-known sportsman, twenty-six-year-old Serik Ginsbeng proudly holds his golden eagle in the Altai mountains of western Mongolia. “I have a strong relationship with my eagle, it’s something very special,” says Ginsbeng. “We share everything. If my eagle feels bad I feel bad. If she’s happy, I’m happy.”

Kazakh Woman

A Kazakh woman named Baygan is pictured inside her family home in the Altai mountains of western Mongolia. Baygan has lived her entire life in the countryside, visiting the nearest town of Bayan Ulgii only once in her youth. Despite a severely hunched back, Baygan continues to work outdoors in physically harsh and demanding conditions, reflecting the resilience and spirit of the Kazakh families whose livelihoods depend on the land and the animals they raise.

Baygan

A Kazakh woman is pictured inside her family home in the Altai mountains of western Mongolia. Baygan has lived her entire life in the countryside, visiting the nearest town of Bayan Ulgii only once in her youth. Despite a severely hunched back, Baygan continues to work outdoors in physically harsh and demanding conditions, reflecting the resilience and spirit of the Kazakh families whose livelihoods depend on the land and the animals they raise.

Eagle Hunter

An accomplished eagle hunter and sportsman, twenty-six-year-old Serik Ginsbeng proudly shows off the skill of his golden eagle in the Altai mountains of Mongolia. “I have a strong relationship with my eagle, it’s something very special,” says Ginsbeng. “We share everything. If my eagle feels bad I feel bad. If she’s happy I’m happy. When we go to the mountains we share everything together.”

Kazakh Rider

Twelve-year-old Arkalak saddles his horse ready to take his golden eagle out in the Altai mountains of western Mongolia. Following in his father’s footsteps Arkalak started training his own eagle at the age of ten.

Fighter

An Iraqi soldier is pictured in the town of Qayyarah, south of Mosul, Iraq, in December 2016. Before the town was liberated by Iraqi forces in August 2016, ISIS militants set fire to several of the town’s oil wells. Thick, toxic smoke continued to shroud the city and surrounding areas for several months, leaving behind a legacy of prolonged health problems and environmental crises.

The Fire’s Edge

Firefighters stand on the edge of a flaming oil well, set ablaze by retreating ISIS militants in the town of Qayyarah, south of Mosul, Iraq. Due to the almost unstoppable fuel supply feeding the flames, oil well fires present a much greater challenge to firefighters than regular fires. After the fires are put out the wells must be capped immediately in order to stem the flow of oil and to prevent poisonous and highly flammable gases being released into the atmosphere. December 12, 2016.

Iraqi Outpost

Iraqi soldiers stand guard at a military outpost in the village of Haj Ali, south of Mosul, Iraq, on December 7, 2016. As the battle to recapture the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul progressed, Iraqi forces and paramilitary militias consolidated their gains and prepared for further advances towards the city. Toxic black smoke from the burning oil wells in the nearby town of Qayyarah, set ablaze by retreating ISIS militants, filled the sky, leaving behind a legacy of prolonged health issues and environmental crises.

Mosul Mosque Sunset

The glow of the setting sun is seen from inside a minaret dotted with bullet holes located in a West Mosul neighbourhood recently liberated from ISIS control by Iraqi forces backed by US-led coalition forces. Smoke billows in the background as a group of ISIS fighters disguised as members of the Popular Mobilization Forces launched a counter attack in a nearby neighbourhood, setting fire to houses and causing thousands of civilians to flee in fear of a resurgence of the terror group, June 25, 2017.

Outpost

Iraqi soldiers stand guard at a military outpost in the village of Haj Ali, south of Mosul, Iraq, on December 7, 2016. Toxic black smoke from the burning oil wells in the nearby town of Qayyarah fills the sky.

Still Smiling

Children gather to greet a group of clowns visiting a camp for internally displaced people in northern Iraq. The entertainers are Danish and Swedish and form a humanitarian collective called Clowns 4 Care, which travels to crisis areas around the world with the goal of creating positive experiences and happy memories for children.

Mosul Tank

Under a blanket of black smoke from the nearby flaming oil wells, an Iraqi Army tank and a US-led coalition helicopter are pictured on the outskirts of Qayyarah, south of Mosul, on December 7, 2016.

Female Fighter

Nineteen-year-old Joanna is a member of the armed Peshmerga unit of the Kurdistan Freedom Party, known as the PAK, pictured at a base in northern Iraq near the town of Kirkuk. She is one of around 200 Iranian-Kurdish women who left Iran to join the peshmerga in the fight against the Islamic State in Iraq.

Moulton Barn

The T.A. Moulton Barn is an iconic symbol of the Wyoming landscape. Located near the town of Jackson Hole, USA, directly in front of the Grand Teton mountain range, the barn sits along a line of homestead complexes known as Mormon Row.

 

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