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I was born somewhere where I do not belong. My heart, my voice, and my language belongs somewhere far away. Till I see you all there, sevgili arkadaşlar ve geçenlere Bismillah
fattysaid:

myeightcents:

My sister cracked a joke, that’s why I look too happy here.

Hot stuff <3 Love this girl!

fattysaid:

myeightcents:

My sister cracked a joke, that’s why I look too happy here.

Hot stuff <3 Love this girl!


fattysaid:

myeightcents:

The reason why I’m happy today is because of the weather. Had my much needed vitamin D. Finally.

Look at that beautiful face :)

fattysaid:

myeightcents:

The reason why I’m happy today is because of the weather. Had my much needed vitamin D. Finally.

Look at that beautiful face :)


pakizah:

Lebanon
1982
Steve McCurry

pakizah:

Lebanon

1982

Steve McCurry


pakizah:

India
1996
Steve McCurry

pakizah:

India

1996

Steve McCurry


reportagebygettyimages:

GOMA, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO (FORMERLY ZAIRE) - 1994: The International Red Cross delivers food to crowds in excess of 250,000 at the Kibumba refugee camp near Goma during the 1994 crisis. (Photo by Tom Stoddart/Getty Images)
On Sunday February 17th, the International Committee of the Red Cross and Red Crescent (ICRC) officially celebrated their 150th anniversary. We are proud to partner with them, accompanying ICRC teams out in the field to document issues of conflict around the world, and congratulate them for this milestone anniversary.
There is an ICRC microsite with information about their 150 years of humanitatian action which you can visit by clicking here.
You can also view a lightbox of some images of the ICRC through the years on the main Getty Images editorial web site by clicking here.
We look forward to bringing you new feature projects in conjuction with the ICRC on the main Reportage web site in the near future.

reportagebygettyimages:

GOMA, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO (FORMERLY ZAIRE) - 1994: The International Red Cross delivers food to crowds in excess of 250,000 at the Kibumba refugee camp near Goma during the 1994 crisis. (Photo by Tom Stoddart/Getty Images)

On Sunday February 17th, the International Committee of the Red Cross and Red Crescent (ICRC) officially celebrated their 150th anniversary. We are proud to partner with them, accompanying ICRC teams out in the field to document issues of conflict around the world, and congratulate them for this milestone anniversary.

There is an ICRC microsite with information about their 150 years of humanitatian action which you can visit by clicking here.

You can also view a lightbox of some images of the ICRC through the years on the main Getty Images editorial web site by clicking here.

We look forward to bringing you new feature projects in conjuction with the ICRC on the main Reportage web site in the near future.


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