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The city of Cairo is slowly encroaching the pyramids of Giza. The city's pollution is taking its toll on this ancient site, but with a population of 6.8 million people Cairo needs to expand. Some housing estates can be found barely a stones through away from the pyramids themselves.

Giza, Cairo.
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Hi all.

I hope someone out there can help me with a little problem. It seems that when i log into Google + using my computer i get a message which says "Google+ access suspended" Aparently i have violated the user content and conduct policy multiple times. The problem is they dont tell me what it is exactly that i have done wrong and they don't give me the possibility to appeal. The strange thing is that i can still log in using my mobile phone hens this post. If anyone has any ideas i would appreciate it. Otherwise i am afraid all my contents will be deleted after 2 months.

Spencer
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Esmeralda finds time to cook the family dinner, before she must rush out and put her life in the hands of the elephant which she so lovingly calls Mara. 

When asked if he fears for his wifes safety, Frank replies "as long as she is lying under the elephant i know she won't be going anywhere".

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Stilt fisherman takes a rest at the end of a long hard days work.

Weligama, Sri Lanka, 2014.
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Mr Shamurat is a fifty two year old Kazakh eagle hunter who lives in the Alti mountains with his family and Golden Eagle. 

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During my time in Mongolia I spent time both in the Mongolian Steppe and in the Alti mountains with the kasakhs, Although both these people have many similarities they are also very different. I found the Kasakhs more open and approachable. The Mongolians on the other hand have more rituals which they take very seriously. This makes them more difficult to understand. If you have already watched the video "The Kasakhs of Mongolia" I invite you to watch this one about the Mongolian Steppe.
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During my time in Mongolia I spent time both in the Mongolian Steppe and in the Alti mountains with the kasakhs, Although both these people have many similarities they are also very different. I found the Kasakhs more open and approachable. The Mongolians on the other hand have more rituals which they take very seriously. This makes them more difficult to understand. If you have already watched the video "The Kasakhs of Mongolia" I invite you to watch this one about the Mongolian Steppe.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTyZ-kAqvyY(VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED) Graphic slaughter of a goat.
This is a record of my time spent with the Kasakhs in Mongolia. Their music, their culture, their food, their people and their way of life. A special thanks goes to Mr Shamurat (the eagle hunter) for taking me into his home. To my friend Chingis, without whom i would not have been able to get half of the images and to everyone in the kasakh family for there warmth and understanding.
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Sunset on the Mongolian Steppe.

More on Mongolia coming very soon on www.photito.com
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