Sitting in Glasgow airport as I wait to fly off for Ireland on my final adventure of 2015, I thought I’d put together a few of my favourite pictures from the year.
A popular activity in Bagan for tourists is the hot air sunrise balloon ride over Bagan. Bagan is one the most popular tourist sites in Myanmar, its made up of thousands of individual temples spread out over a large distance in central Myanmar.
An intoxicated man attempts to perform a yoga head stand aboard a moving train in Uzbekistan.
A group of young men and elders sit together talking as they pack small bags of sweets to be given out during Iftar meal at the Blacktown Mosque. The Blacktown Mosque is Sunni with most of the community from the Pashtun and Tajik communities in Afghanistan.
Twins Jury and Joury stand next to their mother Kamaar Nasrallah
Last week Amira Jos Akech gives a powerful speech at a candlelight vigil in Mount Druit. Members of the South Sudanese community gathered at the site where Teddy Gak was found brutally murdered by another young man from the community. Amira fought back tears as she asked ‘how many more of our brothers have to die?’
Novices and Sisters from the Missionaries of Charity Catholic religious order walk during a public Catholic procession in Calcutta last Sunday. The Missionaries of Charity order was founded in 1950 by Mother Teresa.
I hope 2016 is as productive as the year I’ve just had.