A soldier with the Bangsamoro Islamic Armed Forces, wades through water near a former ISIS sniper nest in the Linguasan marshes of Maguindanao.
One of many graves along the marsh of former ISIS fighters who were buried out of respect by their fellow Muslims.
A former ISIS sniper nest, recently taken by Bangsamoro Armed Forces in the Linguasan Marshes.
A commander with the Bangsamoro Armed Forces gives orders before a foot patrol in the Linguasan Marshes in Maguindandao.
Soldiers with the Bangsamoro Islamic Armed Forces on a foot patrol near their base in Maguindanao.
Signs displaying the faces of wanted terrrorists are found along roadsides all over Mindanao.
A resident of Marawi City, paints her family's name on the ruins of her former home as residents were allowed to return to the destroyed city.
A family visits their former home to assess damage and gather salvageable belongings in Marawi City.
A destroyed ambulence amongst the ruins of a local hospital in Marawi.
An elderly woman walks past an army truck in the ruins of Marawi City.
Filipino soldiers can be seen regularly patrolling the area and manning checkpoints throughout Marawi City.
Like all streets in Marawi, destruction is prevalent.
Bayangsenang Bala, 62, stands in her families shop with her four daughters and grandchildren. She and her family fled Marawi for the Dansalan area where they now all sleep in the back of her shop.
Holes from machine gun fire and mortar shells speckle the roof and walls of Saint Mary's Cathedral in Marawi City, Philippines.