Uzbekistan is home to things old and very old. One of only two double-landlocked countries in the world, they do it tough. Everything that enters the country has to pass through at least two other countries. It makes things tricky. Uzbekistan is going through change. Money is trickling in from tourism of the ancient Silk Road, and old buildings are tumbling down to make way for the new. This is unfortunate because people come to see the old. But nevertheless, it's still a fascinating place with very friendly people. For this photo documentary I turned my camera away from the attractions and focused on the day-to-day. That's where the flavour is.
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