Carolyn Drake, Two Rivers (2007 – 2011)

“An Uzbek woman in Karasu poses in the courtyard of her home in the covering her husband wishes her to wear in public. Banned in Soviet times, the paranja is the traditional robe worn by women in the Fergana Valley.”

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