It’s been blisteringly hot in Karachi for the past week or so. People are doing whatever they can to stay cool. These guys over here were planning to take a quick dip in the sea and to walk around afterwards in their wet clothes, according to them it made the heat relatively bearable. I asked them what would they do once their clothes dried up? Get back in the sea obviously they replied in unison, we’ve been doing this all morning. Swim walk swim walk swim.
#tbt to when I was lucky enough to take a portrait of @brandon__novak , honestly one of the nicest human beings I've ever met. His story of recovery and his dedication to help others is nothing short of amazing.
At The Bedside
A man rests on his wife's bed while waiting for her to wake up, as she suffers from a malaria crisis. Saint Martyr Health Clinic, Kananga, Kasaï region, Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Photo by @francesco_zizola / @noorimages | From the #NOORArchive, we're looking today at beach culture in Brazil. The Beach plays a big part in the minds of the people in Rio de Janeiro. It’s not merely a place to absorb the sun’s ray. It’s a social circus, an important venue for sports and even business dealings. It’s a people-watcher’s paradise. It’s not easy for a casual visitor to understand the complex beach culture in Rio, but with a keen eye it is possible to pick out the different cliques and crowds that inhabit the acres of sand, that change according to the time of day or the day of the week.
Caption: Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, May 2008, Living in the open air.