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Afghanistan: Colouring their worldIn Afghanistan’s Helmand province, village doors are made from a variety of scavenged material — oil drums, shipping containers, bits of cloth, rice sacks or tins — and are often the only splash of individuality and colour in a drab, beige landscape where one compound looks almost identical to the next. (Photos: Finbarr O’Reilly)

Afghanistan: Colouring their world
In Afghanistan’s Helmand province, village doors are made from a variety of scavenged material — oil drums, shipping containers, bits of cloth, rice sacks or tins — and are often the only splash of individuality and colour in a drab, beige landscape where one compound looks almost identical to the next. (Photos: Finbarr O’Reilly)

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