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63. Faces


Here's a collage of people and faces. Whether one is in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan or Uzbekistan each of these countries have populations of Kazakhs, Kyrgs, and Uzbeks. The blood lines of traditional tribes don’t recognize political borders. Add to this mix the Slavic Russians, Ukrainians and more. On any given day if you look into someone’s face you have no guarantee what country you’re in. But they all have a common humanity. We’re all the same, but different.


Children in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.


High School Junior wants to study Mathematics at University. And of course, the Ice Cream man


Daughter with father on subway in Tashkent at the Russian Cosmonauts Station.


Marketplace Bazaar in Tashkent, Uzbekistan


Marketplace Bazaar in Tajikistan


High School students in Kyrgyzstan


Kyrgyzstan. In a homestay restaurant and on the equestrian playing field.


Strawberries and boiled corn. Kazakhstan. Kolsay Lakes National Park.


Almaty, Kazakhstan. In the Green Bazaar and at Victory Day War Memorial.




















Bazaar in Almaty, Kazakhstan


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Jack Greenspun
Jack Greenspun
26 Μαΐ

You have a knack for faces Jerome. The humanity of us all!

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lmzech
20 Μαΐ

So fun to be on this journey with you!


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