You may recognize this photo, featured today on The Big Picture, as one of the World Press Photo winners announced a couple weeks ago.

You may recognize this photo, featured today on The Big Picture, as one of the World Press Photo winners announced a couple weeks ago.

Una mujer le dedicó su vida a fotografiar los árboles más viejos del mundo

Una mujer le dedicó su vida a fotografiar los árboles más viejos del mundo

Did you see examples of people being silenced?  I was working with a woman named Wei Dongying who's been campaigning against wastewater dumped in her village for the past 17 years or so. She's kept track of who's got cancer, where they live, and where companies have been dumping waste. She's got evidence—photos and bottles of sampled water that are ridiculous.

Did you see examples of people being silenced? I was working with a woman named Wei Dongying who's been campaigning against wastewater dumped in her village for the past 17 years or so. She's kept track of who's got cancer, where they live, and where companies have been dumping waste. She's got evidence—photos and bottles of sampled water that are ridiculous.

Printing Andrew McConnell's Last Colony, winner of World Press Photo... #photography #photoblog #worldpressphoto #documentary

Printing Andrew McConnell's Last Colony, winner of World Press Photo... #photography #photoblog #worldpressphoto #documentary

Photos of the Red Sludge That Smothered a Town in Brazil - The Atlantic

Photos of the Red Sludge That Smothered a Town in Brazil

Photos of the Red Sludge That Smothered a Town in Brazil - The Atlantic

Daniel Cohn-Bendit face à un CRS devant la Sorbonne, Paris, 6 mai 1968 © Fondation Gilles Caron Courtesy Musée de l'Élysée Lausanne

Daniel Cohn-Bendit face à un CRS devant la Sorbonne, Paris, 6 mai 1968 © Fondation Gilles Caron Courtesy Musée de l'Élysée Lausanne

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