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Woman angry seemingly due to photograph being taken (downtown Cairo)

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A Book A Day (Book Market, Cairo)
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Coptic Church “The Hanging Church” (Cairo)
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The AlchemistĀ (man and woman in a fruit store in downtown Cairo. The young boy near the left in the back recognised me from a few streets away and proceeded to excitedly wave at me. Upon further examination many months later, I noticed the woman in the photo suffers from swollen ankles.
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On the outer wall of the American University of Cairo (old campus) on Muhammad Mahmoud Street, which witnessed much of the Egyptian 2011 Arab Spring near Tahrir Square. Ahmed Harara, a revolutionary who lost one eye on the 28th of January 2011, and then the other November 2011 due to the amount of face-level pellets shot by police and military.
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Book Market (downtown Cairo)
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Looking Directly at the Sun is Blinding due to its Powerfulness (El Shorouk, Cairo)
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Blissful Simplicity (man on camel by the Giza Pyramids, Cairo)