A tourist photographs migrants' tents on the Greek island of Kos. In the background is a ferry that has been converted to a rescue ship for Syrian refugees.
Views of the Turkish mainland can be seen from the balcony of a Kos hotel. The island has always been a popular vacation spot for northern Europeans, according to photographer Jörg Brüggemann.
A German tourist, with selfie stick in hand, walks past migrants on the beach promenade.
Migrants gather in a makeshift camp at an abandoned hotel.
A tourist reads a newspaper on the beach.
Reinhilde Michalakopoulos, German owner of the Kos Palace hotel, unloads peaches to donate to migrants.
Migrants bathe in the Mediterranean Sea.
Migrants shower at the abandoned Hotel Captain Elias.
This lifeboat was left behind on the beach by migrants.
A tourist swims in a pool at the Kos Palace hotel.
Tourists enjoy their holiday in the shade.
This migrant tent was made of palm leaves and trash.
Tourists walk past abandoned life jackets.