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Cape Sounion - Temple of Poseidon

Yesterday in Cape Sounion, Greece. It is always a special moment for me to watch and photograph the moon as it rose above the columns of the ancient marble Temple of Poseidon, built in 444 B.C.

De Poezenboot

Happy International Cat Day! Last year I spent time on the world’s only floating animal sanctuary while on assignment for @natgeo in Amsterdam. De Poezenboot @depoezenboot.amsterdam Dutch for “the catboat” hosts around 50 stray and abandoned cats, 17 of which are permanent residents that have lived on the boat for several years. Day after day, you become part of their environment; you're just another big cat to them.

Cape Sounion - Temple of Poseidon

Temple of Poseidon, the sea and the sunset, Greece.

Mati, Greece

My thoughts and prayers are with those whose lives were affected by the devastating wildfires that hit Mati and other parts of Greece last year.

Amman, Jordan

During a meeting with H.E. Mrs. Majd Shweikeh, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities of Jordan.

Jordan's Dead Sea

From the lowest exposed land on Earth, the Dead Sea in Jordan. @visitjordan

Athens, Greece

A colorful alley in downtown Athens, Greece, caught my eyes as I roamed the streets, capturing daily life.

Athens, Greece

Many congratulations @kyriakos_ on becoming the Prime Minister of Greece.

Being on the other side of the camera is intimidating! Manar is a young Syrian refugee girl who was happy to photograph me in front of her portrait while visiting the exhibition.

Soon for the first time in Amman, Jordan. “Our World” my photo exhibition, stay tuned. @visitjordan


Looking forward to my talk @tedxunic “For me it is so important to focus on the most vulnerable ones, the children, and to tell their stories to the world," - Muhammed Muheisen (interview with UNICEF) ANNOUNCEMENT OF SPEAKER TEDxUniversityofNicosia Unbelievable Muhammed Muheisen is a world-renowned photographer. He is a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner, a National Geographic Photographer and a Global Ambassador for the Jordan Tourism Board, Royal Jordanian Airlines and Canon. Muheisen is also TIME Magazine Best Wire Photographer, 2013. Muheisen is a Jordanian national who was born in Jerusalem in 1981. He holds a Journalism and Political Science degree and has been documenting major global events for almost 20 years. For over a decade he has been documenting refugee crises around the world and has founded the Everyday Refugees Foundation.

Amman, Jordan

With HRH Princess Alia @aliaalhussein during a visit to her home in Amman, Jordan. Together we will be launching projects to help and empower the local communities and refugees in the country, as well a partnership between @everydayrefugees and @paf.jordan Princess Alia Al Hussein Foundation @paf.jordan and @almawa.jordan promotes compassion and respect to ensure balance between humans, animals and the environment to provide a better future for generations to come.

Caught in action ! At the Siq, the narrow gorge, of Jordan’s ancient city of Petra @visitjordan

On World Refugee Day I would like to share with you this combination of the children that I photographed across refugee camps. All these young souls have dreams and hopes, they all were forced to leave their homes with their families to be in a new, safe home. They are the real victims of conflicts. For more on how to get involved, please follow @everydayrefugees and support their campaign through the link in their bio.

Athens, Greece

Last November at the Museum of Cycladic Art standing next to the portraits of Zahra Mahmoud from Syria and Laiba Hazrat from Afghanistan during my photo exhibition “Light on the Move” in Athens.

Happy Mother’s Day🎈 A moment that I captured few years ago of an internally displaced mother and her daughter in Pakistan.

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