Afghan middle aged police man in Kabul portraits of afghanistan by photographer Kenneth Rimm

Afghanistan

Afghan middle aged police man in Kabul portraits of afghanistan by photographer Kenneth Rimm

Portraits of Afghanistan

Portraits of Afghanistan In Afghanistan the difference between rich and poor are enormous. We could meet ministers, heroin addicts living in the streets & everything in between – all in the same day. Large guarded houses with piles of garbage outside in the dirt covered streets, where animals & poor

Children in Kabul Afghanistan

  Portraits of Children in Kabul Afghanistan Going through my archives, I came across some unpublished portraits of children in Kabul Afghanistan. Afghanistan is a beautiful country, and we met so many nice people there. But the years of war has destroyed so much, and the future generations are the ones

Kai Vittrup in Kabul for Euroman magazine

Portrait of Kai Vittrup © by photographer Kenneth Rimm Kai Vittrup was the head of mission for EUPOL i Afghanistan for about 2 years. At age 66 Kai Vittrup was  headhunted to train the Saudi Arabian border Police. This portrait was photographed at EUPOLS base on Jalalabad road in Kabul. Security is pretty tight

Armadillo documentary

Armadillo documentary Just rewatched  the brilliant  Danish documentary Armadillo by director Janus Metz. There has been a lot og debate around here, especially about the way the soldiers cheer after killing. Despite the action packed scenes, you see that underneath the macho stuff, many of these these guys are marked for life.The quiet moments

Afghanistans snow covered mountains

  Going to Afghanistan It was peaceful on the plane.People where sleeping for the most part.I was going along with the army and a bunch of journalists.I had a whole row of seats to my self but  could’t sleep, so I just looked out the window holding my camera close by.