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Rusting anti-aircraft canon casings on Koh-e Asmai (known as 'Radio TV mountain') in central Kabul. This scree slope lay below a gun position and a ruined radio station and the rumour was it had been destroyed by a stealth bomber piloted by an American woman.

Somewhere at the top of this picture is another American icon, a tossed away tin of
Pepsi.
The fine wires across this pile which at the time I took for trip wires, I later discovered were the discarded strings from kites. December 2001.
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