The House Belongs to Its Dweller
A portrait of Libya
Abdu al Salam and his gazelle take a break from photographing couples for a fee in As-Saha al-Kradrah (Green Square), in the heart of Tripoli.
Dresses for sale hang on dummies in the medina, Tripoli's old walled city.
An immigrant from Central Africa has a smoke outside his clothing store.
A youth wheels goods home from Souk al-Joma, the Friday market, where one can find anything from used plumbing to framed Koran verses.
A young man carries the Libyan flag through Green Square.
Wisdom from Muammar al-Qaddafi's Green Book, which lays out his crude political and economic vision, decorates the walls of a building near Green Square.
A new bride poses for photographs during an all-female post-ceremony reception.
Children play in the streets of the medina.
A Libyan youth group gathers for a ceremony in a public park to commemorate the anniversary of the People's Congress, which was created thirty years ago by Qaddafi and is still controlled by him.
A young Libyan woman chats on the phone while browsing through a perfume store in Gargaresh, an upscale section of Tripoli.
A man walks at sunset on a beach in Tripoli.