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The last breath #Afghanistan Northern Afghanistan, the Moghul Geshlagh refugee camp I was on assignment for National Geographic. The Taliban had already been in power for five years. Supported by Pakistan, they tried to consolidate their rule throughout the country. Massoud’s resistance forces were tried and true. He only had control of the Panjshir Valley and a small part in the north of the country. While fighting the Taliban, Massoud was trying to lay the foundations of an ideal society, in this little part of the country. He loved to talk about it: “In each village, I try to have a sage elected as a representative of the people’s council. Those who do not have the strength to lead the fight are given administrative or financial duties, or handle communications. Each one has their role to play.” There were many displaced Afghans who flocked to the regions under his control to escape the exactions of the Taliban, crowding the already overflowing refugee camps, left to their own resorts, without any aid from the United Nations or NGOs. The family of Mustafa Gol is Uzbek. His wife, eight months pregnant, and his three children walked for four days and four nights to escape the Taliban. One month later, the twins, Hassan and Hussein, were born in the camp. Beneath the tent, the face of one of the babies has the pale grey cast of death. He is suffering from the cold and malnutrition. As for his brothers and sisters, they are coughing and feverish, like most of the children in the camp. As I discussed the situation with Massoud, his expression has an immense sadness which is palpable. How was he to cope with the needs of this ever-growing population of displaced persons, without any help from the international community? Text written by Rachel Deghati. Published in "War + Peace" (National Geographic Publishing, 2007), "Reza, entre guerre et paix" (National Geographic Publishing, 2008). #war #woman #mother #blue #massoud #refugee #baby #red #sadness #littlebaby #refugeecamp #suffering #cold #malnutrition #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى عكاس @thephotosociety Afghanistan
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5394 | 36 | 9 hours ago
#Turkmenistan. Dance of angels on the Cheleken Peninsula I was on assignment for National Geographic on Caspian Sea. A wanderer like Ulysses or Sinbad, I circled the Caspian Sea for nine months, passing through Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Russia to arrive at Turkmenistan, my final destination. In each place, I made an effort to understand the country, its economy, its people and their history, their traditions, their daily lives, their joys, their sufferings, and their expectations. Turkmenistan is known for its famous breed of horses, the Akhal Teke, and for its folklore. The country is rich in gas, most of it found in the Cheleken Peninsula. I had reached the small town of Cheleken. At the edge of town, a wide, arid plain yielded to the blue vastness of the Caspian Sea. Two graceful, free-spirited “angels” appeared in front of me. The girls were dancing in the breeze and playing with the puffs of wind. They belonged to a folk company that performed great scenes from Turkmeni history, and were rehearsing with their troupe. At the moment, they personified the angels in a traditional dance about evil spirits. Curious, I asked what the evil spirits were. The troupe leader pointed to the black smoke in the distance. “Look at that smoke,” he said. “It’s constantly covering over our beautiful Eden. That is our bad spirit. The oil is being burned to make car tires. Some are growing rich from it, but it is ruining our lungs.” Text written by Rachel Deghati. Published in "War + Peace" (National Geographic Publishing, 2007), "Reza, Entre Guerre et Paix" (National Geographic Publishing, 2008), "Crossing Destinies" (Hors Collection Publishing, 2003) and "Insouciances" (Castor & Pollux publishing, 2004). #children #dance #caspiansea #gas #plain #angels #girl #folk #turkmeni #spirit #pollution #environment #smoke #petrolium #oilwell #petrole #energy #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى عكاس @thephotosociety Turkmenistan
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Black January #Azerbaijan, 1990 One of the world’s greatest armies had surrendered after ten years of fighting the afghan warlords in the mountains. The dismantling of the Eastern Bloc had begun — a process symbolized by the first chunk of concrete torn down from the Berlin Wall. In Azerbaijan, a country under Russian control since the 19th century, political unrest grew into a revolt against the Kremlin. To punish this audacity, Russian tanks entered the capital city of Baku on the night between January 19 and 20, 1990, firing machine guns. The massacre left hundreds of dead and wounded. The city was closed to journalists. But I managed to get there by taking a train from Moscow, keeping myself concealed during the 48-hour trip. I was able to provide a visual testimony of the Russians’ violent suppression of this uprising. I took some of the photographs through the windows of unmarked police cars. Later, the national flower was no longer used to represent the country, but rather that bloody night. Red carnations are now only used at funerals and laid on graves to remember those who died during the struggle for independence. Ephemeral remains of a painful past, the flowers on the ground invite the people to make peace with their own history, to finally reach liberty. Text written by Rachel Deghati. #blackjanuary #massacre #civil #innocent #testimony #witness #flower #red #carnation #pigeon #bird #aztagram #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى عكاس @thephotosociety Azerbaijan
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6232 | 60 | 2 days ago
Professional code of ethics #Russia #VolgaDelta I was on a long assignment around the Caspian for National Geographic. I was in Russia, in #Seitovka, in the Volga delta. Russia’s nuclear testing left vast subterranean galleries in its wake which are now used as gas reservoirs despite the warnings of scientists. Gazprom’s only safety precaution: the distribution of gas masks in insufficient numbers, and only for adults. Moreover, the cocktail of radioactive residues and liquid gases have been seeping into the water table for years. The consequences are predictably tragic for the population. Here, two brothers wear their masks to simulate an alert. It is not uncommon, over the course of a reportage, to be solicited or asked to witness a situation, an injustice or a tragedy. Also, during a conflict, some wounded show their injuries. However there is a threshold one must not cross: when a mise en scène becomes, not a denunciation, but a bit of theater. I have always worked by the rule to never solicit or create one, however powerful the possibility of an image may be on a photographic level. It is part of my journalistic code of ethics, from which I never deviate. Text written by Rachel Deghati. Published in "Derrière l'objectif" (Hoëbeke Publishing, 2010). #child #gas #gasmask #radioactive #brother #witness #environment #cry #tears #cryingchild #environmental #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى عكاس @thephotosociety Russia
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4355 | 24 | 3 days ago
#Turkey, #Istanbul I was on assignment for the National Geographic Magazine in Turkey. Olive trees have always been in Turkey's mediterranean part. After the harvest of the olives every year, there are festivities organized by the farmers or different organizations. Wrestling been one of the most popular sport in Turkey, and became the main attraction after each harvest. Oil wrestlings (Turkish: Yağlı güreş) has become the turkish national sport. The wrestlers, known as pehlivan (Persian: پهلوان‎ meaning "hero" or "champion") wear a type of hand-stitched lederhosen called a kisbet (sometimes kispet), which is traditionally made of water buffalo hide, and most recently has been made of calfskin. Text written by Rachel Deghati. Published in "War + Peace" (National Geographic Publishing, 2007), "Reza, entre guerre et paix" (National Geographic Publishing, 2008). #men #tradition #fight #combat #turkish # wrestler #oil #oliveoil #wrestling #game #play #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى عكاس @thephotosociety Istanbul, Turkey
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4641 | 13 | 4 days ago
#France, #Paris, Père Lachaise Cemetery #غلامحسين_ساعدى Tears from one statue to another, from one battle to another, the same tears flow over the hopes of our Humanity. Condemned to exile, I left Iran for France on March 25, 1981. For a long time, I thought my time away would be of short duration, just a brief deviation on my path, a pause until the fall of the mullahs. Almost thirty years later, I live my life fully in the present. Each country I find myself in is my own. At the cemetery of Père Lachaise, on a rainy somber day in November 1984, I began to realize that this pleasant “deviation” in the legendary West was taking on a rather definitive cast. At the time, I was a war correspondent, and I enjoyed a certain solitude in France. We were burying an Iranian friend, a thinker and writer. We felt the bitter taste of death in exile, imagining our lifeless bodies interred in a soil which was not our own. It was raining and the congregation were all ensconced under umbrellas. I sought a position above them in order to show the vast number of people present. Suddenly, within my viewfinder, I perceived the quasi-human face of this statue which seemed to be weeping. Its gaze, directed right at me, seemed to reflect my own sadness. Text written by Rachel Deghati. #tear #portrait #statue #cemetery #perelachaise #blackandwhitephotography #sadness #emotion #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #iranian #exile#saedie #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى#عكاس @thephotosociety Cimetière du Père-Lachaise
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7272 | 91 | 5 days ago
I HAVE MORE DREAMS #USA, #Washington, Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial In Washington DC, the day is breaking. On this holiday which commemorates the Rev. Martin Luther King, I am on my way to another Peace March. The chill in the air brings to mind all the refugee families who are also marching, trying to survive the cold amidst the European forests and “jungles.” After having passed many hours over many days with King’s acolytes, I perceive a great foreboding in each of their faces, reminiscent of that of former prisoners whose memories are haunted by the tortures they have suffered. Each of them fears that their work consists of eternally starting over, that the threat hanging over them will return over and over again, for them and their descendants. This sense of a vague apprehension that I know so well strikes me from my very first meeting with the followers of Martin Luther King, gathered around the Washington Monument. At the end of a march that lasted several hours in a cold, melancholy ambiance bereft of joy... I did see tears, those of a stone statue, a dreamer, whose gaze has been fixed for eternity, and who seemed to share the sorrow of the moment. I thought of the tears of another statue that I had frozen in an instant, at the Père Lachaise Cemetery, when the Iranian community of refugees and exiles in Paris encountered death for the first time when they buried their friend, the writer and thinker, Sa'adi. Here and there, we continue to dream for more humanity, justice and freedom, ideals that need defending now more than ever. #martinlutherking #martinlutherkingday #martinlutherkingjrday #martinlutherkingmemorial #martinlutherkingmarch #tear #portrait #statue #fight #fightforrights #freedom #equality #american #emotion #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى #عكاس @thephotosociety Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Washington DC
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5866 | 17 | 6 days ago
Fragile Ice The Amur River, #russia Here I am on assignment for National Geographic on the banks of the Amur River, the natural border stretching three kilometers wide which separates two giants: China and Russia. I had just passed part of the winter in this region, moving from one bank to another. The cold froze my mustache, and my film. Working in minus 40 °C is a real challenge! The harbingers of spring are thus very welcome. The thaw has begun and people come out to enjoy it. Vodka and picnics on the as yet non-existent grass are de rigueur. A festive ambiance prevails. Voices, laughter, and the singing of popular songs blend with the sound of colliding ice floes coasting along and clashing. Two young girls sporting mini skirts brave the cold. Since youth is by definition carefree, they leap from floe to floe, catching each other by the hand at the last minute. I watch them from the bank, as close to the edge as possible, in order to capture this fragile balancing act. Text written by Rachel Deghati. Published in "Derrière L'objectif" (Hoëbeke Publishing, 2010) and Reporters Without Borders ( 2008). #amur #river #ice #amurriver #nature #fragile #spring #cold #frozen #joy #happiness #girl #brave #sportive #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى عكاس @thephotosociety Amur
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4049 | 14 | 6 days ago
Inspiration from childhood #China, #Xinjiang (#EasternTurkestan) I was on assignment for National Geographic on Xinjiang. In childhood, the experience of reading has an incomparable flavor. For a young reader, words and stories about faraway places are not just a simple invitation to travel, but a call to a horizon freighted with mysteries. Reading about such enthralling locations often then inspires a child to make a secret pact: to go visit these places someday, so that these words, these places are no longer merely black ink on a white page, but become a lived and felt reality. Some texts seem to evoke a bygone era, conjuring up a world that now belongs to history. I am thinking, for instance, of the writings of ancient travelers or of the poems of Sa’adi. Likewise, as I discovered East Turkestan,while on assignment for the National Geographic Magazine, I had the impression of being immersed in the books from my childhood and of traveling through time. Karakol Lake is on the road that separates the city of Kashgar from the tall peaks of the Pamir mountain range. Karakoll means “black lake” in Uygur. A caravan of travelers had stopped for a moment near the icy lake. Glaciers towered nearby. The Pamirs include a hundred glaciers. Muztagata, parallel to the edge of the Pamirs and known as the “father of ice mountains,” reaches 24,757 feet. Text written by Rachel Deghati. Published in "War + Peace" (National Geographic Publishing, 2007), "Reza, entre guerre et paix" (National Geographic Publishing, 2008) #snowmountain #muztagata #woman #lake #red #reddress #mountain #alone #turkestan #uygur #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى #عكاس @thephotosociety China
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5788 | 27 | 1 week ago
Just before #China #easternturkistan I was on assignment for National Geographic on Xinjiang. In their conquest of west for centuries, Chinese wanted to invade the part of Central-Asia known as "eastern Turkistan". In the 18th century, Manchu emperors were sending the tribes that were famous for their ferocity in fighting on horse back and archery. Crushed all resistance from local native Turkish Uygurs opening road for Chinese army to invade the "Eastern Turkistan", and even change its name to "Xinjang", "New borders". A group of schoolgirls from Xibe tribe, descendant of archers who invade the region getting ready to perform a song in commemoration of the annexation of this region in 1955 by Chinese army. The Xibe people are the world champions of archery now. Text written by Rachel Deghati. Published in "War + Peace" (National Geographic Publishing, 2007), and "Reza, entre guerre et paix" (National Geographic Publishing, 2008) #manchu #manchurian #guljia #children #chinesegirl #girl #xinjiang #cute #littlegirl #manchu #tradition #competition #xibe #schoolgirl #perform #dress #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى عكاس @thephotosociety China
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5383 | 20 | 1 week ago
#Pakistan I was on assignment for National Geographic on Afghanistan. The shipwrecked boats in the harbor of Karachi are the object of everyone’s desire, eyed for their worth as sources of metal. Once dismantled, the carcasses of the boats, their hulls gutted, are the subject of heated bargaining. After they are sold, some of the iron plates from the boats will make the long trip from Karachi to the remote and dangerous tribal zones near the border that separates Pakistan from Afghanistan. Twelve Pashtun tribes have lived in this area, in self-sufficient isolation. Nevertheless, their secluded homeland is a strategic passageway, which has made it a focal point in the global geopolitical game. The members of one of these tribes are renowned as gunsmiths. In days gone by, the Darra village craftsmen fashioned swords, but now they create replicas of every type of gun, reproducing even the most sophisticated of firearms with so much precision that experts are unable to tell they are copies. Manufactured in small, makeshift workshops, the guns are made using the iron plates taken from the boats. Forged and sharpened, the metal is turned into weapons. The various military conflicts that have troubled this region since 1979, including the Russian invasion of Afghanistan, have caused the demand for arms to soar. To fulfill the orders, all hands are recruited, even the little hands of children. Text written by Rachel Deghati. Published in "War + Peace" (National Geographic Publishing, 2007) and "Reza, entre guerre et paix" (National Geographic Publishing, 2008). #workshop #pashtun #afridi #handgun #colt #handmade #handmadegun #weapon #child #childlabour #gun #manufactured #firearm #childhand #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى #عكاس @thephotosociety Pakistan
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5861 | 32 | 1 week ago
Looking for trance #Egypt I was on assignment for National Geographic on Nile Delta. Each day, as the sun makes its slow arc over Cairo, the level of noise grows louder by the hour. Every single neighborhood is crowded with people, some loitering or moving with relaxed nonchalance, others frantically hurrying. The city is packed so densely that squatters have taken over the cemeteries on the city’s eastern edge. In the City of the Dead, they have erected homes and shops among the tombs, amid the silence of the dead. Although they are asserting the rights of the living, they show consideration for the tombs, living in respectful cohabitation with the dead. By nightfall, the ​C​ity ​of Dead ​comes fully alive, particularly during the mulids, the merry and noisy celebrations in honor of a saint. While walking through the city at night, I make out the sound of some drums and the daf, a large drum. The percussive instruments are marking a regular and frantic rhythm. Somewhere in the maze of dark alleys, some Sufis must be playing. I come closer. I can hear their voices now, low and bursting forth from the depths of their bodies and souls. I come closer still. There they are, wearing their long, white tunics, which stand out against the red decorations for the mulid. Their heads move in harmony with the music. Their faces are covered with sweat. Their eyes close. They go into a trance. The men turn inward, exhausted after the divine drunkenness of the long hours of the night.​These two women , looking over the scene of Mulid from their room in second floor that was build​ over a tomb was chating and looking the dance all the night. Text written by Rachel Deghati. Published in "Plus loin sur la terre" (Hors Collection Publishing, 2002), "War + Peace" (National Geographic Publishing, 2007) and "Reza, entre guerre et paix" (National Geographic Publishing, 2008). #women #window #light #mulid #celebration #poetry #cairo #night #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #عكاس #رضادقتى @thephotosociety Egypt
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The Tree of Secrets #Turkey I was on assignment for National Geographic on Turkey. Though he died long ago, the mystic poet Hajji Bektash Veli still inspires pilgrims to gather in his native town, not far from the lunar landscapes of Cappadocia. A wishing tree stands near the Sufi’s mausoleum. Tens of thousands of pilgrims arrive in August for an annual festival in his honor. With a fervor that has never dimmed through the centuries, they pray, weep, and dance for several days. At the tree, they ask that their prayers be granted. The sacred mulberry tree offers to the wind pieces of fabric, traces of secrets, and wishes tied on its branches. Text written by Rachel Deghati. Published in "War + Peace" (National Geographic Publishing, 2007), "Reza, Entre Guerre et Paix" (National Geographic Publishing, 2008) and "Sur les routes de la soie" (Hoëbeke Publishing, 2007). #alevi #tree #blue #grace #nature #sky #friendship #serenity #secret #calm #beautiful #majesty #poetry #sufi #mulberrytree #wishes #turkish #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #عكاس #رضادقتى @thephotosociety Turkey
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Reflections of the Moon #China #easternturkistan #xinjiang #Altay Mountains I was on assignment for National Geographic on Xinjiang. A clan gathers to celebrate the circumcision of the son of its chieftain. The occasion is celebrated with a professional Aynur dancer (Aynur means ‘reflections of the moon’) who sways to the beat of the dutar, a traditional lute used in Iran and Central Asia. Eastern Turkistan is a crossroads of Turkic and Persian cultures, which have been disseminated over the centuries by these nomadic tribes. Text written by Rachel Deghati. Published in "War + Peace" (National Geographic Publishing, 2007), and "Reza, entre guerre et paix" (National Geographic Publishing, 2008). #woman #horse #dance #tribe #mountains #tradition #kazak #traditional #grace #nomad #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #عكاس #رضادقتى @thephotosociety #kazakh #turkistan Altay, Xinjiang
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Drug and innocence #Karachi, #Pakistan A little boy in front of a group of heroin addicts in an abandoned building in Karachi. Observing such scenes by children who unfortunately happen to play in the neighborhood can be a real threat to their pure childhood and their vision towards the future. In a country where out of a population of approximately 160 million, an estimated 4.5 million are drug addicts, the numbers are rapidly increasing and like many of the country’s other human development problems, the issue of drug abuse touches the most vulnerable. Text written by Rachel Deghati. Picture taken while on assignment for National Geographic Magazine, published in Reporters Without Borders ( 2008). #boy #littleboy #drug #addiction #poverty #drugaddict #heroin #dependence #pakistanese #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #عكاس #رضادقتى @thephotosociety Karachi, Pakistan
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6402 | 63 | 2 weeks ago
Ancient Coptic Christmas #Egypt, #Cairo Over decades, I did few assignments in Egypt for National Geographic Magazine. At Saint Mark’s Cathedral in Cairo, I took part in the celebration of Coptic Orthodox Christians Christmas, and met with representatives of the community. Amongst swirling smoke and incense, the Coptic Orthodox Christian community of Egypt celebrates Christmas with prayers and chants that have remained unchanged for almost 2,000 years. The Copts, a devout Christian community from Egypt, are considered by some scholars the oldest unchanged Egyptian community. Here, The Pope Shenuda III of Alexandria 117th Pope and Patriarch of St Mark's was celebrating the Coptic Christmas which usually is celebrated between 6 and 7 of January. #copt #orthodox #christian #religion #celebration #copticchristmas #copticorthodox #copticpope #christmas #fervor #pray #prayers #cathedral #tradition #devotion #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #عكاس #رضادقتى @thephotosociety Cairo, Egypt
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#Brussel #Europeancommission Exile voices When I met the Syrian refugee children ​in Kurdistan Iraq ​who later ​became students of Reza Visual Academy, which has been training them in photography since 2013, I made them a promise to share their visual testimony with the world. For several years now, their training has continued and an additional two training programs have been launched in other camps for Syrian refugees and displaced Yezidis Kurds.​ It is thanks to their desire to share their testimony that their work could be presented on the banks of the Seine, ​as part of an exhibition , Dream of Humanity, at the Photo ​Aubrac festival​ at Du​ho​k University and, in the heart of the European Commission with participation of EU- UNDP Local Area Development program in Iraq.​ Knowing that Kurdistan regional government with 4 million population hosting almost two million refugees and IDP s ,it has become a duty for me to spread the word. ​It was an honor that ​ Federica Mogherini High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Vice-President of the European Commission​ came to the opening. I offered my book "Reza War + Peace". ​ #Kurdistan #refugeechildren #EuropeanCommission #war+Peace #book #FedericaMogherini #exhibition #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى #عكاس @thephotosociety
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5520 | 118 | 2 weeks ago
Pakistan-Afghanistan border Military practice I was on assignment for the National Geographic Magazine in Tribal zone in Pakistan-Afghanistan border, where have been under heavy fighting for decades now. The Magazine assignment was on Pakistan and I had to travel extensively to some of the world's most dangerous places. With my friend Don Belt, the writer for the magazine, we spent time with many different military groups. We followed a group of Pakistani special forces during their exercises in Miran Shah, a town in North Waziristan, the capital city of Federally Administered Tribal Areas. A place where no media has been and even now is absolutely closed area and many of insurgents have found safe heaven there. There are places that no outsiders have been allowed for decades. I hope to return back one day as the place is beautiful and it's people too. #military #war #specialforces #tribalzone #armedforce #nationalgeographic #militaryexercise #Waziristan #miranshah #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى عكاس @thephotosociety
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5977 | 22 | 2 weeks ago
Reza visual Academy (Les ateliers Reza) #Mali #Bamako Gandhi: “If we are to reach real peace in the world, we shall have to begin with the children.” This phrase of Gandhi has become a guideline for many of my volunteer humanitarian projects. In war-torn countries from Kurdistan/Irak, Kabul, Uganda, Sri Lanka, and European youth to children of Mali, I have been training hundreds of them to become the story tellers of their own destinies. Glad to work in a project to train twenty Malian children, some internally displaced because of war. UNESCO, UNICEF, UNOCHA, Equations Nomades, "Reza Visual Academy" all working for peace education. Soon the children's photographs will be exhibited in Institut Français of Bamako, I wish you were here. #Bamako #Mali #Children#training #Unicef #unecso #unocha #rezavisualacademy #africa #african #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى #عكاس #happynewyear #happy2017 @thephotosociety
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3584 | 23 | 2 weeks ago
Saudi Arabia Portrait of a fisherman in Yanbu, taken when I was on assignment in Saudi Arabia for National Geographic. There, I discovered the multiple facets of this society, from private life at the highest levels of society to the struggles of the least fortunate. Text written by Rachel Deghati. Published in "L'Envol, la conférence des oiseaux" (Democratic Books Publishing, 2001). #saudiarabia #portrait #closeup #man #fisherman #serious #look #beautiful #saudi #saudiphoto #picoftheday #igers #photooftheday #photojournalism #reza #rezaphoto #rezadeghati #rezaphotography #rezaphotojournalist #webistan #رضادقتى عكاس @thephotosociety Saudi Arabia
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