But McCurry captured much more than conflict in Afghanistan, as the selection of photographs at Pictura Gallery attest. These mid- to large-scale color prints show us street scenes, grand mosques, humble edifices, sweeping landscapes, and, always, people. In Afghan Women at Shoe Store, Kabul, Afghanistan (1992), four women covered in variously colored burqas stand with their backs to the camera, framed by displays of shoes at a marketplace. To a Westerner’s eye, their traditional dress seems to contrast jarringly with the brightly colored sandals and sneakers. In Portrait Photographer, Kabul, Afghanistan (1992), McCurry offers a clever reflection on himself through his dignified depiction of an Afghani photographer seated beside his own camera beneath examples of his portraits.