Peshawar, the oldest city in Pakistan, is famous for many things, including its lamb dishes. In this photo, Peshawari boys lovingly embrace their lambs. Beautiful.
There are many unsung heroes in the world, quietly doing their jobs and contributing to society. She deserves our gratitude. Thank you for keeping Kathmandu clean.
The tilework in Shah-i-Zinda, a necropolis in the north-eastern part of Samarkand, Uzbekistan, is magnificent and represents one of the oldest continually constructed historical sites in the world. It began with a simple building more than a thousand years ago, with more added on until the 19th century. I captured this picture during a moment of solitude.
Meeting her was one of the highlights of my expeditions because of her values and beliefs. I remember her telling me, “I will always stand by my Gypsy roots, and I will always help out one of my own.”
Gobi Desert, Mongolia
It was super heartwarming to have this kind Mongolian grandma prepare our ger or yurt, a portable, circular dwelling, to keep us warm and toasty when it was -40 degrees Celsius out there in the middle of the Gobi Desert!
I took this photo of a Kazakh boy and his golden eagle in West Mongolia. Seeing them together reminded me of this quote: “We have to count on each other. There’s no me or you. It’s us together. Always.”