There is a story on American-Journal.org about a family that began a tradition of placing Christmas wreaths on the graves of fallen soldiers in the National Cemetery at Quantico. Very moving.
Read the story and see the photos at: american-journal.org/2011/12/a-holiday-of-healing/
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“The photographer Platon took pictures of hundreds of men and women who volunteered to serve in the military and were sent to Iraq or Afghanistan. He followed them on their journey through training and deployment, after demobilization and in hospitals, to compile a portrait of the dedication of the armed services today.” –The New Yorker [...]
James Nachtwey’s Struggle to Live essay on BURN Magazine is the publication’s first sponsored photographer essay made possible by the generosity of BD.BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company) is a global medical technology company that is focused on improving drug delivery, enhancing the diagnosis of infectious diseases and cancers, and advancing drug discovery. View Nachtwey’s essay [...]
Dirck Halstead and the Digital Journalist is showcasing the work of an number of photojournalists’ coverage of the Inauguration of Barack Obama. View the images on The Digital Journalist.
Photojournalist Eugene Richards has a recent piece in Newsweek documenting the conditions in psychiatric institutions around the world. View the exceptional moving work at Newsweek.
National Geographic’s Randy Olson has some stunning images from Russia’s remote Kamchatka Peninsula which has some of the richest salmon runs in the Pacific, sustaining animals and communities. Now the fish need help. View the images on National Geographic’s Website.
U.S.News & World Report spent time with seven people over 90 whose vitality is testament to lives well lived. Their exceptional multimedia piece can be found on their website at www.usnews,com/oldest.
Photographer Kadir Van Lohuizen witnesses the sorrow of New Orleans. Visit the presentation at Time Magazine.
“Selected images from 30 years of work by internationally known photojournalist Reza Deghati. From Asia to Africa these photographs witness the torments of war and revolution and express the power of beauty and hope behind human tragedy.” — National Geographic View Reza Deghati’s One World One Tribe exhibit showcased on The Digital Journalist.
The Lucie Awards Photography Magazine of the Year went to Burn Magazine, an online publication created and curated by photographer David Alan Harvey. It is the first time the Photography Magazine of the Year award has recognized an electronic-only publication. The magazine, which was launched less than a year ago, has already established itself as a leading venue for photography.
Independent photographer Elena Perlino has an excellent look into legalized prostitution in France. Elena Perlino currently lives in northern Italy. Click here to see the essay on David Alan Harvey’s BURN MAGAZINE. You can view more of Elena’s work on her website: www.elenaperlino.com.