This week, we have been watching the situation of Afghans who continue to flee their country. We interviewed some Afghan interpreters, support staff and informal allies who were busy applying for visas after the Taliban regained power. at the same time, Kiana Hayeri When she asked about the post 9/11 generation in the country for the New York Times magazine, she photographed young Afghans. In the U.S, Annie Grosinger In her series, she spent several years filming people released from New York State prisons and how reintegration challenges them Sentence in progress.
In the UK, we look back at the Notting Hill Carnival for more than 50 years and the elderly holidaymakers on the British Riviera David Hare. In Somaliland, Nicole Sobeki Photographed cheetah cubs in the wild and recorded how they were taken away from their homes illegally. For Fast Company, the researchers asked people in two towns in Colombia to photograph examples of justice and coexistence, and they achieved enlightening results.We look at the winners Female photos Grants, including Eli Farinago with Danielle Verazana. Gina Marvin The beauty of Russia is being reimagined, and Pablo Piedra, a long-time military photographer, is now taking stunning photos of insects. Logan White Photo series Recital Take us back to the ballet class, a photographer from New England Philip Keith The image of how Martha’s Vineyard became a black haven at this time of year makes us jump into the sea desperately and enjoy the last few weeks of summer.