"I fled to Pakistan during the Soviet invasion, so I don't live in Afghanistan anymore. I do work here, because it's hard to start a Pakistani business. Every three months, I travel for three days to see my family. I only stay with them for a day or two, because the shop cannot be left alone for too long. It might be hard, but I'm not the only one."
A very dusty Volga Gaz seen near Chicken Street in Kabul. Usually this car is very very clean and polished, one suspects the owner has been away for a while. But it sits in the sun outside their house day after day not moving.
An old soviet monument celebrating the red army, now a little out of place in a country that is not Russia, it is used for political statements like in this case when the central figures are painted with the colors of the Ukrainian flag. Maidan square events were unfolding when the picture was taken.
The ruins of an Estonian Murru prison quarry in Rummu. When the prison closed, pumps that once kept the quarry and the prison dry were shut down, causing water to fill the quarry. It has become an unofficial and unguarded swimming and diving spot, attracting locals and tourists.