Locals in Laos make cutlery and jewellery using scrap aluminium salvaged from unexploded ordnance dropped during the U.S. secret war.
Photo ID: 20190129-810_1264-2
Author: Frank Cornfield
Photo size: 30.5 Mpixels (87.2 MB uncompressed) - 6756x4509 pixels (22.5x15.0 in / 57.2x38.2 cm at 300 ppi)
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