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Photography By Agustin Rafael Reyes

Amazing photographs by Agustin Rafael Reyes, software engineer and talented photographer from Manila, Philippines who currently based in Yokohama, Japan.
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27 May 2013 11:26:00
Motorcycle enthusiast Gilbert Delos Reyes rides with his pet dog Bogie, in Kawit, Cavite, Philippines, November 26, 2020. (Photo by Eloisa Lopez/Reuters)

Motorcycle enthusiast Gilbert Delos Reyes rides with his pet dog Bogie, in Kawit, Cavite, Philippines, November 26, 2020. (Photo by Eloisa Lopez/Reuters)
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06 Dec 2020 00:05:00
Gemma, right, and Joanne in their home in Angeles City. (Photo by Hannah Reyes Morales/The Washington Post)

Typhoon Yolanda – also known as Haiyan – struck the central part of the country November 8, 2013, leaving at least 6,300 people dead and over four million displaced. A month after Typhoon Haiyan, the United Nations Population Fund estimates that 5,000 women were subjected to sеxual violence. A study by the Health and Human Rights online publication shows the majority of young girls and women in Manila’s sеx industry come from poverty-stricken areas – such as Leyte, Samar, Cebu and southern Mindanao – and enter trafficking through force, deception, economic desperation and psychological manipulation. (Photo by Hannah Reyes Morales/The Washington Post)
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01 May 2017 09:59:00
A woman from a group called “Las Patronas” (The bosses), a charitable organization that feeds Central American immigrants who travel atop a freight train known as “La Bestia”, passes food and water to immigrants on their way to the border with the United States, at Amatlan de los Reyes, in Veracruz state, Mexico October 22, 2016. (Photo by Daniel Becerril/Reuters)

A woman from a group called “Las Patronas” (The bosses), a charitable organization that feeds Central American immigrants who travel atop a freight train known as “La Bestia”, passes food and water to immigrants on their way to the border with the United States, at Amatlan de los Reyes, in Veracruz state, Mexico October 22, 2016. (Photo by Daniel Becerril/Reuters)
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18 Nov 2016 10:55:00
Women take part in a march in Santiago on October 19, 2016, to protest against violence against women and in solidarity for the brutal killing of a 16- year- old girl in Mar del Plata, Argentina last week The killing, in which the high school student was allegedly raped and impaled on a spike by drug dealers, is just the latest incident of horrific gender violence in Argentina, which has seen more than a year of mass marches to protest brutality against women. (Photo by Claudio Reyes/AFP Photo)

Women take part in a march in Santiago on October 19, 2016, to protest against violence against women and in solidarity for the brutal killing of a 16- year- old girl in Mar del Plata, Argentina last week The killing, in which the high school student was allegedly raped and impaled on a spike by drug dealers, is just the latest incident of horrific gender violence in Argentina, which has seen more than a year of mass marches to protest brutality against women. (Photo by Claudio Reyes/AFP Photo)
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21 Oct 2016 12:35:00
A firefighter recovers after climbing the 1800 steps of the Costanera Centre Tower as part of the “Race for Life” aimed at encouraging organ donation in Chile, in Santiago, on October 16, 2016. (Photo by Claudio Reyes/AFP Photo)

A firefighter recovers after climbing the 1800 steps of the Costanera Centre Tower as part of the “Race for Life” aimed at encouraging organ donation in Chile, in Santiago, on October 16, 2016. More than 500 volunteer firefighters are expected to climb the 1800 steps of the tallest building in South America to promote and encourage organ donation in the country. (Photo by Claudio Reyes/AFP Photo)
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26 Oct 2016 10:46:00
A military guard observes from a watch tower at the Combinado del Este prison during a media tour in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, April 9, 2013.  Cuban authorities led foreign journalists through the maximum security prison, the largest in the Caribbean country that houses 3,000 prisoners. Cuba says they have 200 prisons across the country, including five that are maximum security. (Photo by Franklin Reyes/AP Photo)

A military guard observes from a watch tower at the Combinado del Este prison during a media tour in Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, April 9, 2013. Cuban authorities led foreign journalists through the maximum security prison, the largest in the Caribbean country that houses 3,000 prisoners. Cuba says they have 200 prisons across the country, including five that are maximum security. (Photo by Franklin Reyes/AP Photo)
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10 Apr 2013 12:45:00
In this October 16, 2014 photo, a man cleans his American classic car before going to work in Havana, Cuba. While the U.S. embargo that took effect in 1961 stopped the flow of new cars, and most parts, a few Cubans now manage to bring in replacement parts when friends or family visit from the U.S. (Photo by Franklin Reyes/AP Photo)

In this October 16, 2014 photo, a man cleans his American classic car before going to work in Havana, Cuba. While the U.S. embargo that took effect in 1961 stopped the flow of new cars, and most parts, a few Cubans now manage to bring in replacement parts when friends or family visit from the U.S. (Photo by Franklin Reyes/AP Photo)
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20 Oct 2014 09:01:00