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Stylish Haltia in a Finnish living room. Design Tiia Eronen

Day 15: Abdul is an Afghan refugee who works as a carpet weaver in Attock, Pakistan. By day, he weaves carpets in a factory and in the evenings, he prepares exotic Afghan cuisine. “It’s not only the spices that give taste to the food, the passion of the cook adds flavour too. I cook with my heart and soul. According to our belief, a person who serves Iftar or cooks for a fasting person will get greater rewards from God. ” Photo and text by Duniya Aslam Khan for UNHCR

Tähkä is beautiful also in black and white

Jammu, India — An Indian worker spins thread for use in making carpets at a factory on the outskirts of Jammu. Carpet weaving is believed to have been brought to India by the Mughal Emperor Akbar in the 16th century. A recent economic survey says the country is losing steam in its traditional area of labor-intensive exports like textiles and carpets. 11 / 66 HIDE CAPTIONS SHOW THUMBNAILS LEAVE COMMENT PHOTOGRAPH BY: CHANNI ANAND / ASSOCIATED PRESS

1965 International Harvester Scout 80. My Mom used to talk about how great their old scout was. Someday I would like to get a hold of one and restore it!

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