Hanging the laundry on the outskirts of Cairo.
On the campus of the university, students in Egypt stroll with friends.
Red veils catch the sun, contrasting with the green fodder being transported in the desert.
In the Harbor at Alexandria, conducting business while sitting in a boat on the Mediterranean Sea.
On a Cairo street, these women in conversation are juxtaposed with Queen Nefertari undergoing the ritual of "Opening The mouth."
On a Cairo street, a woman sells the local bread, accompanied by her son. The winged scarab suggests her creativity and Isis in a protective gesture enfolds her son.
On a Cairo street, the delivery of beef to a restaurant is a reminder of the ancient's respect for life, with Isis and Nephthys immortalizing a bull with the preservation of the mummy.
Life in Egypt in the desert, along the NIle, and in Alexandria along the Mediterannean is vibrant with ancient and contemporary images.
Historical artifacts symbolically represents many contemporary concerns, emphasizing the timeline of human history as a continuum of similar endeavor in the same arena.
Overlaying the ancient and contemporary is a reminder that the past is always with us.