Bringing together Instagram and the state of North Korea seems totally impossible, but not for AP photographer David Guttenfelder.
Due to loosening restrictions on foreigners carrying phones, David has been able to candidly photograph North Korea for the first time.
Photographer Moises Saman documented the archeological excavations of Abydos, an Egyptian city “frozen in time.” A look at the photos: http://nyr.kr/17wljA6
Top: A boy looks up at the ceiling of the temple of Seti I, in Abydos. It’s the most intact Bronze Age temple in Egypt, dating to the fourteenth century B.C.
Bottom-Left: Local laborers at a German-sponsored dig. Some men specialize in digging out sand. Boys carry it away in buckets, while other boys pour the sand through wire screens in search of broken artifacts.
Bottom-Right: Baskets containing shards of ancient pottery found at the N.Y.U.-sponsored