Anis, 10, and Adam, 9, sitting by the ruins of Um Fagarah village’s mosque that was demolished for the third time in December 2012.
Palestinian youth: Born and raised in the middle of a conflict, yet a great and important resource in ending the conflict. I deeply admire the strenght that these people have. Hussein, 15 years old, had a short break in the sun before resuming to clear a roadblock that was illegally put up on a road leading from his home village to Yatta.
Trying to come up with a decent portfolio is one of the best ways to make you want to go out and take some actually good photos.
Alex and Sini. Through the smoke, within the given boundaries.
I’m working on a reportage about the Sámi people. Or, to be more precise, their languages, which are extremely endangered. The man in the picture is called Sammeli. He’s 74 years old. For years now he has collected refundable bottles on the streets. Some people do that to earn extra money to themselves. Sammeli doesn’t. He has donated all the money he has earned by doing that to different associations that fight to keep his mother tongue alive.
I have rarely felt as stupid as I did when I finally reached the Golden Gate Bridge.