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humansofnewyork:

“When my husband was dying, I said: ‘Moe, how am I supposed to live without you?’ He told me: ‘Take the love you have for me and spread it around.’”

humansofnewyork:

“When my husband was dying, I said: ‘Moe, how am I supposed to live without you?’ He told me: ‘Take the love you have for me and spread it around.’”

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Teenager, Timbuktu
Photograph by Brent Stirton

Teenager, Timbuktu

Photograph by Brent Stirton

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Bride and Groom, Malaysia
Photograph by Naqib Albar

Bride and Groom, Malaysia

Photograph by Naqib Albar

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Dinka Cattle Camp, Sudan
Photograph by George Steinmetz

Dinka Cattle Camp, Sudan

Photograph by George Steinmetz

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Accordionist, Crimean Peninsula
Photograph by Gerd Ludwig

Accordionist, Crimean Peninsula

Photograph by Gerd Ludwig

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Bristol Bay, Alaska
Photograph by Michael Melford

Bristol Bay, Alaska

Photograph by Michael Melford

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Sheep and Goats, Timbuktu
Photograph by Brent Stirton

Sheep and Goats, Timbuktu

Photograph by Brent Stirton

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Chinese Opera Singers
Photograph by Brian Yen

Chinese Opera Singers

Photograph by Brian Yen

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Goat Herders, Djibouti
Photograph by Leslie Pratt

Goat Herders, Djibouti

Photograph by Leslie Pratt

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Cleopatra Relief, Egypt
Photograph by George Steinmetz
That’s Cleopatra on the left side of a wall at a temple at Dendera—one of the few images that bear her name. She is shown fulfilling her role as pharaoh by making offerings to the gods. The appearance here of her son by Julius Caesar is propaganda aimed at strengthening his position as her heir. He was captured and executed shortly after her demise.

Cleopatra Relief, Egypt

Photograph by George Steinmetz

That’s Cleopatra on the left side of a wall at a temple at Dendera—one of the few images that bear her name. She is shown fulfilling her role as pharaoh by making offerings to the gods. The appearance here of her son by Julius Caesar is propaganda aimed at strengthening his position as her heir. He was captured and executed shortly after her demise.

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