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    Gary Knight's travel journal, November 2012.
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    Gary Knight's travel journal.
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    Women from the Pa'O ethnic group shop for fish and vegetables in Indein Market on Inle Lake, Shan State, Burma.
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    Workers in the back of a minibus travel from the Yangon River ferry crossing into the Irrawaddy Delta.
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    Daily life is seen in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, February 2009.
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    A worker is seen in a mung bean processing factory in Industrial Zone Number 5 in Yangon, Burma.
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    A man is seen through a cloud of exhaust and incense in the streets of Delhi, India, January 2009.
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    Two youths share a laugh in the streets of Old Delhi, India, March 2009.
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    Four Indian boys walk past a convoy of trucks carrying cheap coal from Meghalaya to Assam in northeast India, December 2011. Tribal land here is exploited for cheap coal to fuel India’s industrial growth.
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    A map in Gary Knight's travel journal, October 2012.
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    The Special Boat Patrol of the Indian Army cruises the canals of Dal Lake, Srinagar, India, looking for pro-independent militants, September 2001.
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    Two men walk to the Indein Village Market in Burma, January 2013.
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    A boy is seen on his bike in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India, February 2009.
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    People walk through a building adjacent to Jammu Masjid, the Friday Mosque where weekly Muslim prayers are held, in Old Delhi, India, March 2009.
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    A train station is seen from a passing train in North Korea, October 2003.
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    A driver waits for a tow truck after a head-on collision on a small road between Shillong and Ladrymbai in Meghalaya, India, December 2011.
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    Men sit under a bridge in Delhi, India, in 2006.
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    A living bridge, built by villagers from the roots of trees over a period of 150 years, extends over a river in Maghalaya, India, December 2011. The bridge serves as the connection between two mining communities when the river swells during the rainy season.
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    A laborer commutes into the city from a rural area in Delhi, India, January 2009.
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    Forced labor in rural North Korea is seen from a passing train, October 2003.
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    The Old Road leading to the Panjshir Valley north of Kabul, Afghanistan, November 2001. This road was the scene of heavy fighting between the Taliban and Northern Alliance soldiers from 1995 through 2001.
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    A Khmer People's National Liberation Front guerrilla wears two hats as he stands near his lunch in Cambodia, 1989.
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    Surface workers rest at a roadside coal depot near Ladrymbai, Meghalaya, India, December 2011.
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    Gary Knight's travel journal, October 2012.
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    Khmer Rouge guerrillas are seen in Cambodia in 1990.
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    Buddhist monks and onlookers watch a game of takraw outside the gates of Shwenandaw Kyaung Temple in Mandalay, Burma.
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    Western and Asian tourists gather at Angkor Wat, Cambodia, in 2010. During the late 1990's swarms of tourists, mainly westerners from overseas, visited the site. In 2010 there were close to two million visitors, many from wealthy Asian economies.
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    Men work at a stone quarry near Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India, February 2009.
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    A man pulls at a rope tied to something out of view in Rajasthan, India.
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    A group of rural boys take their camel to the market in Nagaur, Rajasthan, India, February 2009.
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    A KPNLF guerrilla is seen in Cambodia in 1989.
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    An engineer stands with Burmese laborers as they work on the gas and oil pipeline that carves its way from Kunming, China, to the Indian Ocean along the coast of Burma, January 2013.
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    Men are seen at Phool Market in Kolkata, West Bengal, India, January 2009.
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    Gary Knight's travel journal, October 2012.
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    Workers build shrines for wealthy Vietnamese in Hue, Vietnam in 2009.
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    Tribal women sort coal in a roadside depot near Ladrymbai, Meghalaya, India, December 2011. Women employed by the mining industry in India are not allowed to work underground.
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    Burmese soldiers rest under a tree on the grounds of the Pagan Temple Complex while they guard a foot path during a visit by Burmese Senior General Than Shwe.
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    A fatal motorcycle accident is seen on a narrow road near Shillong, Meghalaya, India, December 2011.
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    The road from Kabul to Kandahar in Afghanistan.
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    Gary Knight stands with a Khmer Rouge guerrilla in 1989.
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Asian Journals

I disappeared in South East Asia in 1988 when I was 24 years old.

I was seeking something that was always just out of reach.

It’s still out of reach.

I like it that way.

Sometimes I found it necessary to write or photograph there.

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