In Boost Hospital (run by Medicines Sans Frontiers) in the provincial capital of Helmand Province, Afghanistan, a young girl lies in an observation room after being burnt in an accident with an oil lamp. Heat blankets are used to protect the body from cooling down to dangerously low temperatures as it attempts to deal with the burns.
Shot on a hot Sydney day in the CBD where many people were using umbrellas for protection. I observed a blinding patch of sunlight breaking through the canyon of skyscrapers and captured a pedestrian beside me with a dark umbrella.
The Charreria (bull riding) is Mexico’s only national sport. It is said that to be a good Charro you must learn how to ride a horse before you can walk. Some riders are kids without any education who see the Charreria as a way out of poverty. If they succeed, they will become superstars.
Gindjala, or Goose Camp, is one of the most spectacular bird-viewing sites in Kakadu National Park. Patsy Raichiwanga Raglar has spent her life on country hunting and gathering her food. Here, Patsy is overseeing preparations for cooking duck, geese, a long necked turtle and buffalo in a ground oven as the sun sets over the wetland behind her.
From a project #instahands; when we are not doing anything with hands: not working, not playing, just thinking, or waiting for something etc. In these situations hands seems a self-living organism and reveal a lot about us!