These portraits of Taliban soldiers were collected by Thomas Dworzak during his coverage of the fall of the Taliban regime in 2002. It is thought that most of these pictures are from Taliban members who had them taken in early November 2001, but could not pick them up as they had to flee the advancing opposition and United States' bombing.
The Self Assigned Photographer by Dennis Stock
"I have been privileged to view much of life through my cameras, making the journey an enlightened experience. My emphasis has mainly been on affirmative reactions to human behavior and a strong attraction to the beauty in nature."
Over a period of five months in 1979, Eve Arnold traversed China’s mainland, covering some 40,000 miles. The result is an incomparably complete and beautiful portrait of China and its people—from Beijing to Mongolia and the Burmese border to Tibet.