Back on his Feet

Taking pictures during an official visit has never been my favorite activities in photography. The usual same handshaking, the same discussion, the same attitudes and the same problems to manage (remain discrete, try to fit as many VIP as possible in the frame, avoid people looking at me, etc…). Not unpleasant, but usually not the most exciting neither. Except when side moments give you some interesting opportunities…

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22 November 2014: A young patient at the ICRC orthocenter in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan.

For my first weekend in months without setting a foot in my office, it actually feels weird, but nice, to end up processing two big batches of pictures again.

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