pictured: Fishermen at Weligama, South Coast, Sri Lanka, 1995 -"Timeless: National Geographic as Celebrated by Taschen Books" - Online bidding has begun at Christie's (Steve McCurry/National Geographic)
The Most Iconic Photographs From National Geographic's History Roaming camels forage for shrubs and water in southern Kuwait as the black clouds of burning oil fields hang above them. It was shot by Steve McCurry in 1991 during the Gulf War.
Steve McCurry - boy in mid-flight Jodhpur, India Amazing colours in this photo the blue wall, the light brownish wall and the red paint hand prints are really capturing. The boy running through the narrow gaps between the buildings in the blue city.
Steve McCurry's India Agra, Uttar Pradesh, McCurry said: 'This photograph recorded in 1983 the contrast between a mighty technology - the steam locomotive - and the transcendent aesthetic of the Taj Mahal'