Ushangi, cattle hearder, in Bobnevi, the Republic of Georgia, looks across the fields near Khurvaleti scattered with horses. According to local security forces, the horses once belonged to the Ossetians on the other side of the boundary line. They got loose and wandered freely to the Georgian side. Once the barriers were erected, no one could return them to their rightful owners. They’ve since gone wild.
Ushangi walks the roads of the village of Bobnevi where he herds his cattle
Usanghi sits for a portrait in his home in the village of Bobnevi, near Khurvaleti.
Photo: Pete Muller for the ICC #LifeAfterConflict - Stories as told to ICC Outreach @pete_k_muller