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Steve Curry. Kuchis of Kandahar, Afghanistan, 1992. Cultures on the edge.

Cultures on the Edge

Steve Curry. Kuchis of Kandahar, Afghanistan, 1992. Cultures on the edge.

stevemccurrystudios:  Breakfast Tea being passed between cars on the train between Peshawar and Lahore in Pakistan.

stevemccurrystudios: Breakfast Tea being passed between cars on the train between Peshawar and Lahore in Pakistan.

his engineer works in Landi Kotal, a small town on the western edge of the Khyber Pass, one of the most well-known mountain passes in the world. 
It connects Afghanistan and Pakistan, and was an important part of the Silk Road. It has always been used by travelers and traders going back and forth from South to Central Asia. Two millennia ago, Alexander the Great’s armies marched through the pass as they tried, unsuccessfully, to capture India.

his engineer works in Landi Kotal, a small town on the western edge of the Khyber Pass, one of the most well-known mountain passes in the world. It connects Afghanistan and Pakistan, and was an important part of the Silk Road. It has always been used by travelers and traders going back and forth from South to Central Asia. Two millennia ago, Alexander the Great’s armies marched through the pass as they tried, unsuccessfully, to capture India.

niño peregrino joven, Lhasa, Tíbet, 2001

Cultures on the Edge

Tibet, 2001

Cultures on the Edge

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