Last week in Egypt, a group of Russian photographers apparently climbed the Great Pyramid of Giza—hiding from guards for four hours after closing time before beginning the ascent. Climbing the pyramid, one of the photographers claims, carries a punishment of one to three years. But it was worth it. “I was speechless,” one wrote. “I felt a chilling delight, absolute happiness.” Here are some of their photos.
I don’t necessarily endorse climbing around on irreplaceable historical monuments, but you might as well enjoy the photos.
Pro-revolutionary mural on a wall erected by SCAF in Cairo
I have finally put the Cairo Divided series on my website. With lot’s of unpublished images from the series and a new pop up slideshow window to see the images as big as your monitor will allow.