This week, we watched in horror as Kabul fell into the hands of the Taliban after the U.S. withdrawal. Thousands of Afghans crowded the airport and left the country desperately. We also pay close attention to Haiti, where people began to respond to successive natural disasters only a few weeks after the president was assassinated.
This is a difficult week, but there is also happiness. Frogara Filming the resilience of black homeowners in New York, four Los Angeles photographers observed parenting and raising children from mobility.
Horda AfsharThe new book focuses on the beauty of Iran blown by the wind, and Jano Edwards Returning to Jamaica-the home he left when he was 16-see the country in a whole new light.this PH MuseumThe mobile phone photography contest of China proves that you don’t need a fancy camera to take good photos—just the feeling of good light.
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