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Afghan Kochi nomad, Abdul Malek, leads a camel caravan across Kapisa district some 80 kms north of Kabul. The Kochi tribes traditionally use donkeys and camels to trade all kinds of goods in far away villages off the beaten track. Many of them have lost limbs and lives due to the estimated 5-7 million land mines believed to be deployed all over Afghanistan. (Photo SHAH MARAI/AFP/Getty Images)

Afghan Kochi nomad Abdul Malek leads a camel caravan across Kapisa district some 80 kms north of Kabul on March

The Gentleman  -  Jalalabad, Afghanistan 1969

It is a very long way to Nazareth! The "Gentleman" - Jalalabad, Afghanistan 1969

Talent is God given. Be humble. Fame is man-given. Be grateful. Conceit is self-given. Be careful.~ zϮ ~

Memoires de l’Afghanistan de Roland et Sabrina Michaud, Editions Le Chene,

Bamiyan, Afghanistan destroyed by the Taliban. Nothing else on this planet like the short-sighted, bloated stupidity of Man...

Bamiyan, Afghanistan destroyed by the Taliban. Nothing else on this planet like the short-sighted, bloated stupidity of Man.

A couple travels along the road near Band-i-Amir in Afghanistan. ©Ric Ergenbright

A couple travels along the desert road below the Band-i-Amir Lakes, near Bamian, Afghanistan.

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