Looking down on wheat and barley farms irrigated from the Tigris River on the flight to Baghdad.
Upmarket homes in Eastern Duhok, the capital of the Duhok Governorate in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Disembarking at Baghdad International Airport, Iraq's largest airport and main hub for the state-owned Iraqi Airways.
Mother and child on Bohan Street in Duhok, Iraqi Kurdistan.
Two Kurdish men wearing the traditional cemedanî head dress in Duhok, Iraqi Kurdistan.
Local residents shopping at Duhok Souq.
Migrating birds flying above the main carpark of Baghdad Airport
Afternoon tea in Duhok, served with copious sugar for local tastes.
A Iraqi Airways Boeing 727 on static display near Baghdad International Airport.
Children on a residiential rooftop in Duhok, Iraqi Kurdistan.
Syrian refugee's in a makeshift camp on the outskirts of Duhok, Iraqi Kurdistan.
Dr. Kirkuki, former Speaker of the Iraqi Kurdistan Parliament, with an ISIS surveillance drone captured near the city of Kirkuk.
Army of Pride. A poster in Baghdad celebrating the Iraqi Army.
Baking flatbread at a restaurant in Baghdad.
Blast walls and a watchtower outside the famous Hotel Palestine in Central Baghdad. Built in 1982 and originally operated by the French hotelier Le Méridien as the Palestine Méridien Hotel until UN sanctions were imposed following the first Gulf War.
Workers unloading boxes early Friday morning, Baghdad.
Baghdad Central Station, designed and built by British architects and completed in 1953.
A monument in the city of Sulaymaniyah to Kurdish army officers who defected from the Iraqi army to the Kurdish resistance. When Saddam announced an amnesty they turned themselves in, only to be sent to Baghdad to be executed.
The very grand and impressive main hall complete with elaborate chandolier and statue at Baghdad Central Station.
Signs above the ticket windows at Baghdad Central Station to the long ago discontinued destinations of Turkey and Syria. In its heyday services were also offered to Jerusalem and even as far west as London.
A poster outside of Iraqi Shia cleric, politician and militia leader, Muqtada al-Sadr.
A Chinese CSR train that operates the countries only currently operational passenger route, from Baghdad to Basra.
A Ukrainian engine sitting idle.