2011-11-22

Seamus Murphy

A Hazara victom of the war passes the rock face that once housed the Buddhas of Bamiyan.
Bamiyan, June 2003.


A young girl soon after dawn in the village.
Ghulam Ali, November 2001.


Ahmad Shah Massoud leads evening prayers with members of the Northern Alliance at the front above Dasht-e-Qala.
Dasht-e-Qala, November 2000.


Mujahideen fighters loyal to Ahmad Shah Massoud defend a hilltop against Taliban advances.
Ibar, November 2000.


A mother and daughter returning home from work in the fields.
Ishkashem, November 2004.


A line of howitzers outside an armaments workshop.
Parakh, October 2001.


Agha Reza sends off his pogeons playing Kaftar Bazi.
Charikar, November 2001.


Agha Reza on his roof playing Kaftar Bazi with his pigeons.
Charikar, November 2001.


A boy watches freshly-caught fish being fried at the roadside.
Daronta, October 2004.


On the roof of their building the remaining sons, Farhuddin and Farhad, with their father Abdul Sami.
Kabul, November 1996.


Farhuddin and Farhad, now the only remaining members of the Ba Deli family. 
Kabul, April 2007.


Soldiers tasting victory in the early hours of November 13, after the successful rout of the Taliban from their final defence lines on the Shamali Plain.
Kabul, November 13, 2001.


A farmer and son loading a donkey.
Ishkashem.


Horsemen of the village.
Hisarak, November 2004.


Isaac Levi locks the front door of the synagogue on flower Street.
Kabul, November 2001.


Source: A Darkness Visible
© Seamus Murphy / VII Photo Agency