These are the last official portraits of Muhammad Ali.
Proud to the end, the boxing legend, 74, stared defiantly into the camera lens just two months ago.
British photographer Zenon Texeira travelled to the US to photograph his hero, despite having no guarantee he would be well enough to go ahead.
Ali did not disappoint.
Texeira was told that although he may not respond, he would understand every word.
He said Ali was a "delight" to work with and the 45-minute photoshoot was far and away the highlight of his career.
These pictures show The Greatest refusing, to the end, to give in to Parkinson’s disease.
As US president Barack Obama remarked after Ali's death, Parkinson's disease may have "ravaged" Ali's body, but it "couldn't take the spark from his eyes."
That is something Texeira was lucky enough to experience first-hand.
"I felt his aura," Texeira said.