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  • Fire fighting aircraft attempting to put out a deadly forest fire threatening the village of Pachna~Cyprus.
    In the summer of 2021 Cyprus has experienced the worst forest fires in its history.
    Photography Sebastian Rich/Magnum~Insights for Cyprus Mail
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  • I wish we were strangers once more.  Photography Sebastian Rich ©Magnum Insights
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  • Bar Italia Soho London
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  • 20 Fenchurch Street in the historic City of London financial district was designed in 2004 by Rafael Viñoly the world-renowned Uruguayan architect based in New York.  The arguably ugly structure has been nicknamed by Londoners 'The Walkie-Talkie' because of its distinctive shape. A nightmare for window cleaners.
    Photography Sebastian Rich All rights reserved.
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  • Sometimes all it takes is a kiss. Sloane Square, London ,England. Photography Sebastian Rich all rights reserved.
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  • The haves and have nots of London.
    There are thirteen times more hidden homeless people in London than those sleeping rough - as many as 12,500 a night.

    Photography Sebastian Rich all rights reserved.

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  • The photographer Sebastian Rich while embedded with the '2nd Battalion ~ 8th Marine Corps' (USMC) photographs one of the first Iraqi prisoners of war during the coalition invasion of Iraq in 2003. ~ Photo courtesy of Danny Miller of NBC News
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  • The photographer Sebastian Rich wounded during heavy fighting in the 'Shouf mountains' between  Lebanese forces and Druze militia. Rich was hit by an RPG (rocket propelled grenade) here he is seen being airlifted out of Lebanon to The Royal Air Force base Akrotiri in Cyprus by British forces.
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  • A forensic team from the Metropolitan Police Force look for evidence after the terror attack in London's fashionable Borough Market.
    Police responded Saturday night to reports that a man drove a white van into pedestrians on London Bridge. The driver and two other assailants got out of the van at Borough Market and began stabbing people with long knives. Police said the men were wearing fake suicide vests..

    Seven people were killed in the terror attack at London Bridge and Borough Market. The three attackers were killed by police. 48 people were injured and were treated at local hospitals. Photo: Sebastian Rich

     

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  • Afghan Photographers Kabul Afghanistan.
    The Kamra-e-faoree is a handmade wooden camera. it is both a camera and a darkroom in one. Afghanistan remains one of the last places on earth where photographers continue to use this simple type of instant camera for means of making a living. Generations of Afghans have had their portraits taken with it, usually for identity photographs. It was outlawed when the Taliban as former rulers of Afghanistan banned photography, forcing photographers to hide or destroy their equipment. Photography By Sebastian Rich All rights reserved
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  • Two young French music students play Johann Sebastian Bach's Cello Suite No.1 in G major under the arches of the Lourve Museum ~ Paris
    Sebastian Rich All rights reserved.
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  • The school run Kabul City, Afghanistan. Photography Sebastian Rich all rights reserved.
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  • Former World Champion (right) Andy Lee and former Commonwealth Champion Tony Conquest (left) spar in a London gym ~ Photography by Sebastian Rich
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  • I photograph so many images depicting all the wrongs in this world. Here's an image that just makes me smile ~ South Kensington London February 2017 ~ Photography Sebastian Rich All rights reserved
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  • Characters of London ~ The Invisible Man. Photography ~ Sebastian Rich

     

     

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  • Cleaning the fountains in Londons Trafalgar Sq New Years morning.

    Photography: Sebastian Rich/Copyright/All Rights reserved.

     

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  • A protester against the President Donald Trump, London. Photography Sebastian Rich
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  • Bar girls Bangkok Thailand. Photography: Sebastian Rich/Copyright/All Rights reserved.

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  • Nuns leaving their convent for the first time in twenty years to vote for the Solidarity movement,Warsaw Poland. Photography: Sebastian Rich/Copyright/All Rights reserved.

     

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  • Portrait of Iman Muhammadu Nasine Adam. He is the head of all imams for the district of Kano State Nigeria. He is hugely respected and he has advocated UNICEF's polio vaccination campaigns to the State of Kano. He is pictured here at his mosque Juma'at - Mosque in Kano, Nigeria.
    Photography Sebastian Rich for UNICEF
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  • A meeting of Turkana tribesmen by a large termite mound, the most obvious landmark in this part of the bush. The Nilotic-speaking nomadic tribe are the third largest tribe in Kenya. The majority live in the Turkana District of Rift Valley northwest Kenya, bounded by Sudan to the north, Uganda to the west, Pokot-Sambura to the south and Lake Turkana to the east. Photography: Sebastian Rich/Copyright/All Rights reserved

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  • Soviet soldiers getting ready for a parade in Moscow's Red Square. 1985

    Photography: Sebastian Rich/Copyright/All Rights reserved.

     

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  • The London Shard building with Guys Hospital facade in the foreground. Photography Sebastian Rich all rights reserved
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  • The photographer Sebastian Rich (with hair in those days, and less tattoos) holding a photographic workshop for Afghan women in Kabul with its obvious limitations.
    Copyright : Roshan Khavdi/All rights reserved

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  • Brixton Market, South West London, United Kingdom.
    Photography Sebastian Rich / All rights reserved.

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  • Beauty pageant,San Rafael. Mendoza Province Argentina. Photography: Sebastian Rich/Copyright/All Rights reserved.

     

     

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  • Gauchos returning home at dusk after a day rounding up cattle. Photography: Sebastian Rich/Copyright/All Rights reserved.

     

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  • A body builder works out in 'Muscle Works' Gym in Londons East End, Bethnal Green.
    Photography: Sebastian Rich/Copyright/All Rights reserved.

     

     

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  • Anjana is 3yrs old, Tol 4yrs live with their mother Sabita 26. They live in the remote Nepalese hill village of Koththok  Sindhupaichok Nepal. In this image they are husking corn and storing for the winter. Photography Sebastian Rich/All rights reserved
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  • A Freediver in the final stages of surfacing from a dive of 70metres on just one breath in the bay of Kalamata,Greece ~ Photography Sebastian Rich
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  • Circus clown San Rafael,Mendoza/Argentina ~ Photography: Sebastian Rich/Copyright/All Rights reserved.

     

     

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  • Sunset at the Salto De las Rosa annual Horse/Gaucho show, Argentina.

    Photography: Sebastian Rich/Copyright/All Rights reserved.

     

     

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  • Nestled in northern Mexico and the canyons of the Sierra Madre Occidental is a small tribe of indigenous people known as the Tarahumara. They call themselves Rarámuri, loosely translated as "running people," "foot-runner," "swift of foot," or "he who walks well." They are known for evading the Spanish conquerors in the sixteenth century and keeping their cave-dwelling culture alive and secluded. They are also known for their long distance running and their superior health, not displaying the common health issues of "modern" societies. A recent National Geographic study (Nov. 2008) states: "When it comes to the top 10 health risks facing American men, the Tarahumara are practically immortal: Their incidence rate is at or near zero in just about every category, including diabetes, vascular disease, and colorectal cancer...Plus, their supernatural invulnerability isn't just limited to their bodies; the Tarahumara have mastered the secret of happiness as well, living as benignly as bodhisattvas in a world free of theft, murder, suicide, and cruelty."

    Photography: Sebastian Rich/Copyright/All Rights reserved.



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  • A young boys feet in the slums of Monrovia, Liberia. Photography. ~ Sebastian Rich all rights reserved
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  • It was my pleasure to spend time with a true iconic hero, Ahmad Shah Massoud - Nickname " The Lion of The Panjshir" Ahmad Shah Massoud was an Afghan political and military leader, who was a central figure in the resistance against the Soviet occupation between 1979 and 1989 and in the following years of civil war. He was assassinated on September 9, 2001. Massoud came from an ethnic Tajik, Sunni Muslim background from the Panjshir valley in northern Afghanistan. He studied engineering at Kabul University in the 1970s, where he became involved with Muslim anti-communist movements around Burhanuddin Rabbani. After the Soviet occupation of 1979, his role as an insurgence leader earned him the nickname of "Lion of Panjshir" (شیر پنجشیر). In 1992, he was appointed as the minister of defense through the Peshawar Accord, a peace and power-sharing agreement, in the post-communist Islamic State of Afghanistan—a position he held until 2001. He fought against an alliance of militias led by Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and eventually the Taliban, who started to lay siege to the capital in January 1995. Following the rise of the Taliban in 1996, Massoud, who rejected the Taliban's fundamentalist interpretation of Islam,returned to the armed opposition. He served as the military and political leader of the United Islamic Front (also known in the West as Northern Alliance). He was assassinated, probably at the instigation of al-Qaeda, in a suicide bombing on September 9, 2001, just two days before the September 11 attacks in the United States, which led to the U.S. and NATO to intervene in Afghanistan, allying with Massoud's forces. Massoud was posthumously named "National Hero" by the order of Afghan President Hamid Karzai. The date of his death, September 9, is observed as a national holiday known as "Massoud Day" in Afghanistan.His followers call him Āmir Sāhib-e Shahīd (امیر صاحب شهید, "Our Beloved Martyred Commander").

     

     

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  • A Russian tourist on the Island of Cyprus determined to get a sunbed before the season starts.

    Photography: Sebastian Rich/Copyright/All Rights reserved.

     

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  • The photographer Sebastian Rich takes a rest between the fighting. Operation Moshtarak Helmand Province Afghanistan.
    Copyright: Mary Rogers CNN News/All rights reserved.

     

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  • Marion Ingram 81 years old a Holocaust survivor makes her views known about the Trump administration outside the White House, Washington DC. Photography for PBS New by Sebastian Rich all rights reserved
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  • The civil war in El Salvador in the very early eighties. Left to right on horse back- Jon Snow (reporter) Don Warren (sound) Sebastian Rich Cameraman all of ITN News. In the middle - standing (with my camera) a rebel commander. We were so young, but the very best of times.
    Copyright: Marcello Zannini/All rights reserved.

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  • I dream of !
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