Stephan Goss Photographer
Two woman make their way into a Kandahar mosque, where gender segregation dictates separate spaces and entries.
The Ghazni fort overlooks the city with the name of Allah inscribed prominently above it.
Two men in prayer before the Blue Mosque in Herat, a moment of faith in a place of beauty.
Three woman pass under the shadow of the Taliban flag in Bamyan, a region known for a relatively liberal stance compared to the rest of Afghanistan.
Two Children in the shadow of a mosque encircled by barbed wire, in Kandahar.
A grave lies within a mosque in Herat, a silent sentinel of Afghanistan’s history.