STEVE McCURRY ΙΣΤΟΡΙΕΣ ΠΟΥ ΔΕΝ ΕΧΟΥΝ ΛΕΧΘΕΊ

The famous American photojournalist Steve McCurry has published the book «Steve McCurry Untold: The Stories Behind the Photographs», which published the photographs taken at different times of his 30-year career, as well as diary entries and more than twenty scans of passports, which he had to change during the years of occupation. (15 pictures)

Collection clover

Women gather clover in Hadramawt near Shibam, Yemen, in 1999. (Steve McCurry-Magnum)

Afghan boys

The boys are sitting in the trunk of a taxi in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 1992. (Steve McCurry-Magnum)

Railway station

Railway platform in New Delhi, India, in 1983. (Steve McCurry-Magnum)

Hazratbal Mosque

Men pray at the Hazratbal mosque in Srinagar, Kashmir, 1998. (Steve McCurry-Magnum)

Hammock

A woman and her child sleeping on a houseboat on Lake Tonle Sap, near Angkor, Cambodia, 1998. (Steve McCurry-Magnum)

Sugar paste

Workers make sweets from sugar paste in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 2007. (Steve McCurry-Magnum)

Koran

A man reads the Koran in Sana’a, Yemen, 1997. (Steve McCurry-Magnum)

Ship-breaking plant

Welder working on the ship-breaking plant in Bombay, India, in 1994. (Steve McCurry-Magnum)

Indiyka with child

A woman and her child looking out the window a taxi in Bombay, India, in 1993. (Steve McCurry-Magnum)

Μonks rise to the stupa in Mingun, which cracked during the earthquake in 1983, the city of Mandalay, Burma, in 1994. (Steve McCurry-Magnum)

Station in Agra, India, in 1983. (Steve McCurry-Magnum)

Fire at oil field

Camel on the background of a fire at an oil field in the town of Al-Ahmadi in Ku

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