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A military distribution centre on the Khun Bundhway gives out tin for construction following the 2005 Kashmir earthquake. Kashmir, Pakistan. December 2, 2005.

The damaged bridge over Neelam river near Phutticka village is still used despite the obvious dangers. Kashmir, Pakistan. December 2, 2005.

People work to different safety standards yet it is not unusual to see people riding on the bumper of a jeep at Phutticka, a village in Kashmir following the 2005 Kashmir earthquake. Pakistan. December 2, 2005.

A man prays in a damaged mosque by the Neelum river near Phutticka village, following the 2005 Kashmir earthquake. Kashmir, Pakistan. December 2, 2005.

A man carries a tent up the mountain to his home near the snowline following the 2005 Kashmir earthquake, in Narak, Iran. December 1, 2005.

A woman and her son in the ruins of their home, below the snowline, in Narak. Inaccessible either by jeep or by helicopter, we could only get to them after walking for miles. We were the first outsiders they had seen since the quake. The woman's husband died in the

This family in Narak live below the snowline. Inaccessible either by jeep or by helicopter, we could only get to them after walking for miles. We were the first outsiders they had seen since the quake. The old man points to the remains of his house where his son wa

Even after the devastation of the 2005 Kashmir earthquake, livestock remains the mainstay of the mountain communities. A shepherd takes his sheep to graze. Narak, Iran. December 1, 2005.

A mother tends to a sick child in a tent which is part of a camp setup by a British NGO, near the Mansehra - Abbottabad Road, following the 2005 Kashmir earthquake. Mansehra, Pakistan. December 4, 2005.

A girl at a refugee camp in Muzaffarabad following the 2005 Kashmir earthquake. Muzaffarabad, Kashmir, Pakistan. November 30, 2005.

In Muzaffarabad, only the truck and the destroyed homes at the bottom give a clue as to what might be buried underneath a massive landslide after the devastating earthquake which destroyed much of the region. Almost 75,000 people died from the quake in both the Pak

In the road between Muzaffarabad and Narak, a boy plays with a ball in a refugee camp set up by 'TKlay' (Turkish Half Moon), a Turkish relief organization, following the 2005 Kashmir earthquake. Kashmir, Pakistan. November 30, 2005.