Misha Domozhilov has some very nice work on a Serbian enclave on the northern part of Kosovo.
Check it out on his website: domozhilov.com.
Krisanne Johnson photographed young black women with HIV and AIDS in Mississippi and New York. From TheFader.com
There is a great essay on the Boston Globe’s Big Picture about the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), a mission established by the UN Security Council in 2001 to secure parts of Afghanistan to allow the establishment of Hamid Karzai’s new administration. View Afghanistan with the ISAF on the Big Picture
“Close to the Edge will try to assess situations where there is vulnerability to abuse or trafficking, where the individual freedom of choice of the younger Cambodian generations is threatened. Minors forced into prostitution through poverty or drug use, virginities sold in brothels, children used for begging by their parents or by organised structures, orphans [...]
Michael Webster’s essay explores Congress of Curious Peoples at Coney Island, New York in a recent essay on American-Journal.org See it here: www.american-journal.org.
In January 2008, Ricky and Kristy Dunlap lost their home to foreclosure. Recently, the family of six was joined by Kristy’s brother Randy, his wife Heather and their three children. All 11 share a 1,008-square-foot double-wide trailer in Shallotte, North Carolina. View Chris Carmichael’s multimedia story about the Dunlaps.
Commemorating the five year anniversary of the Iraq war, the March 2008 podcast features the work of photographer Peter van Agtmael and the music of Six Degrees Records artist, Niyaz. View Five Years in Iraq at Daylight Magazine.
When I started looking at photojournalist Justin Mott’s website, I could not get past the first essay. It just plain stopped me cold. Mott has an excellent essay about the Ba Vi Orphanage near Hanoi, Vietnam that is caring for 124 severely disabled and abandoned children that are believed to be 3rd generation Agent Orange [...]
The American West is who I am. It was my childhood, and it is my way now. The ideals of the West have shaped my personality, my values, and my decisions. I see a culture of bravery, resilience. I understand the ebb and flow, the double edged sword of progress, the battle of conservation verses [...]
We interrupt the normal feature in this spot to take notice of the historic outcome of the U.S. Presidential Election. Barack Obama has become the first African-American to be elected to the office of President of the United States. This photo of Cleopatra Nelson was taken at a rally last week at James Madison University [...]
Photojournalist Charlie Mahoney’s work on Catalonia’s only remaining active bullfighting ring in Northeastern Spain is exceptional. The ring held its last bullfight on September 25, 2011. Charlie is a member of Prime Collective. See his essay here at: www.primecollective.com. Please feel free to return to this page and comment on the work we have featured. [...]