A young man stitches decorative seat covers and curtains in Rawalpindi, where he works for more than 12 hours a day. Noor Za Din hide caption

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The Picture Show

Pakistani Photographers Take A Personal Picture Of Home

Last year, National Geographic offered a photo camp for emerging Pakistani photographers to explore the tribal areas of their country.

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Bobbie Hanvey and his son Steafán Hanvey, in Northern Ireland. Courtesy of Peter Muhly hide caption

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A couple taking in the moment at the San Tan Valley Desert in Arizona. Tammy Watson hide caption

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Ballerinas at practice John H. White hide caption

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Wellington Costa, 19, performs at the semifinals of a passinho competition in Rio de Janeiro on April 23. Passinho is a liberated dance form born in Rio's favelas, or shanty towns. Lianne Milton for NPR hide caption

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East Boston, Mass., in 1973 (left) and in 2012. Michael P. Manheim/Environmental Protection Agency hide caption

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Nanoflowers, each smaller than the thickness of a dollar bill, sprout up spontaneously on a surface dipped in salts and silicon. Courtesy of Wim Noorduin/Harvard University hide caption

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Sonny Vaahn, 25, holds his family's refugee identification in Bronx, N.Y. The card was issued to them during their initial entry into a refugee camp along the Thai-Cambodian border after the "killing fields" atrocities ended in Cambodia. Courtesy of Pete Pin hide caption

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