Yaoud, a Bedouin man who lives in the mountains of Petra - the ancient ruins of Jordan- picks up his shoes after a night of drinking.
A man tends to his water buffalo on the rice paddy he was sowing in Mae Sariang District.
A Mahout holds his small knife next to his elephant at the Thai Elephant Conservation Center in Lampang.
A man bakes pita over a tradition stove top in the southern desert of the Negev, Israel.
Two young boys fish off shore of the South Sinai Egyptian Red Sea.
Luang Prabang, Laos
A blue window at a monastery. A Monks robes hangs outside to dry. The saffron (orange) robes monk wear dates back centuries. Orange was chosen mainly because of the dye available at the time. The tradition stuck and orange is now the color of choice for Theravada Buddhist followers in Southeast Asia, as opposed to a maroon color for Tibetan monks. The robes themselves are meant to symbolize simplicity and detachment of materialism.
A young girl plays on the steps of her families apartment in Aswan, Egypt.
The Great Mosque of Muhammad Ali Pasha or Alabaster Mosque is a mosque situated in the Citadel of Cairo in Egypt built from 1830 to 1848.Situated on the summit of the citadel, this Ottoman style mosque is the most visible in Cairo.This mosque is one of the landmarks and tourist attractions of Cairo and is one of the first features you see when approaching the city in any direction.
A young man walks through the buildings of Agami, Alexandria, Egypt heading to the beach.
The sunsets over some derelict buildings in Ramallah, Palestine.
An elderly man looks on at a baseball game in the Bateyes of San Pedro. The Bateyes are underserved communities of predominantly Haitian sugarcane workers.
Black Rock City, Nevada, USA
Two people hug in the middle of the Temple at Burning Man. Since 1998, the event has been located at Black Rock City, a temporary city erected in the Black Rock Desert of northwestern Nevada. The temple is seen as a place of mourning for those whom have passed in the recent year.
A man walks to a coffee shop in downtown Reykjavik, Iceland.
Dead Sea, Arabic Al-Baḥr Al-Mayyit (“Sea of Death”), Hebrew Yam HaMelaẖ (“Salt Sea”), also called Salt Sea, landlocked salt lake between Israel and Jordan in southwestern Asia. Its eastern shore belongs to Jordan, and the southern half of its western shore belongs to Israel. The northern half of the western shore lies within the Palestinian West Bank and has been under Israeli occupation since the 1967 Arab- Israeli war. The Jordan River, from which the Dead Sea receives nearly all its water, flows from the north into the lake.
A young man washes his feet while on break outside of the Great Pyramids of Egypt as his horses look on. These horses are used for tourists to tour around the pyramids.
A parade of Elephants walk up to a group of tourists in the jungles of Thai Elephant Conservation Center in Lampang, Thailand.
A young girl looks up to the sky during a Cham wedding in rural Cambodia.