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Mireia Jun 18
New in English: "Days that will last for years", by photojournalist . The best way to (re)discover what happened in during fall 2017.
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Lucas Thornton 18h
Replying to @lucasneilth
The protest reflected in the glass doors of the office
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Eddie Jim Jun 18
Thousands of people attend a candlelight vigil in solidarity for the Melbourne comedian Eurydice Dixon who was found dead at Princes Park in North Carlton last week
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@jusmeandmyz 32m
is what I do part time I can call myself such for 1 I have written my first column and 2nd I have the checks to prove it photography is n has been a passion of mine now that I live out that passion I not done accomplishing my ultimate goal
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Jedi Master Rich Lightowler 21h
What is respect? Ultimately, should you decide that you want to kill me, then I respect your decision to do so; you can kill me. If I truly respect all things, then I know that the Universe is judicious therefore I must acknowledge your true destiny and mine.
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Maria Jun 19
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Jim Colton Jun 15
Sometimes, even from the back, you don’t need ID’s. This very smart image from the US/North Korea Summit by Kevin Lim of the Straits Times will kick off the June Pictures Of the Month for
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PhotographersAtWork Jun 19
Timothy Archibald (June 19, 1967)
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Pratika Priyadarshini Jun 14
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Randy Risling Jun 19
Two images worth millions of words.
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Todd Mizener 2h
Great example of community journalism. We as photojournalists need to always remember that the events we cover are very important to the communities we serve and we all need to document them them with as much respect and dignity as Jake.
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Lucas Thornton 18h
A protest against ICE's forced separation of children outside its San Francisco office
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David Rewhorn Jun 18
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Steffanie Rheinstahl 21h
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Matt Fidler Jun 15
Rohingya refugees fish in troubled waters – photo essay 📷 by Clodagh Kilcoyne
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Eli Chabiyada Sophia Jun 18
It was an honor to finally put a to the name A young vibrant youth who is using to tell the
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Lucas Thornton Jun 14
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craaazyyy08 Jun 15
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lynsey addario 16m
Swipe for slide show. Civilians flee for their lives from fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 2006-2008. According to UNHCR, there are currently more than 68 million people displaced from their homes.
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Tod Sudmeier 15h
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