Fall harvest in the Wakhan Valley is a time of fellowship. Located along the Panj River that acts as the Afghanistan-Tajikistan border, men, women and children head to the harvest fields to reap, thresh, and stockpile their season's crop. Man and beast work, sweat and rest in rotation. Boys wrestle on their breaks, during lunch fathers share stories over nan, tomatoes and tea, and the women and girls work and chat alongside them. Living in one of the most remote places on Earth the people of the Wakhan rely on family and community to survive year to year.