Egypt After the Revolution:
Photographs by Natalia Sarkissian
Recently I flew to Cairo, an exhilarating yet draining trip to that sprawling city that covers 214 square kilometers of desert and teems with 15 million inhabitants. Then to smaller cities along the banks of the Nile, from Assuan to Luxor.
Here are snapshots of Egypt, where amidst the crumbling buildings and poverty and the weight of daily life, a fledgling hope for a less corrupt future grows.
–by Natalia Sarkissian