A sparkler is held during a birthday party in Cairo in 2011. Photographer Emine Gozde Sevim visited Egypt after the fall of longtime President Hosni Mubarak. The photos in her book "Embed in Egypt" show what life was like during that time of transition.
Protests are held in downtown Cairo before the country's parliamentary elections in November 2011.
A television shows clashes in Tahrir Square, the popular protest spot in Cairo, in November 2011.
The Cairo headquarters of the National Democratic Party -- the party of former President Hosni Mubarak -- was torched during the January 25 Revolution.
Graffiti behind this coffin says "Justice is the foundation of authority." This photo was taken in the Shobra neighborhood of Cairo.
A summer's day in Alexandria, Egypt, in 2012.
People tango at a home in Cairo in 2012. Sevim wanted to photograph everyday life in Egypt, not just protests.
In order to prevent traffic flow between Tahrir Square and strategic streets and government buildings, downtown Cairo was partitioned by the military, Sevim said. In response, protesters painted murals on the concrete walls.
A girl plays on a swing in Cairo during Eid al-Fitr celebrations in 2012.
A picture of Mubarak is seen in an abandoned palace in 2012.
Men dance in the village of Imbaba in 2013.
Protests take place in Tahrir Square in 2013, on the second anniversary of the revolution.
These street ornaments in Imbaba were used during a wedding celebration.