Photographer and writer Suchitra Vijayan has been photographing stories along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border for the past few years. Here is a link to some of her very interesting work. See more at www.suchitravijayan.com
In January 2008, sovaldi sale 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.
Luka Dakskobler has some nice images from a project about an old German steam engine that runs on the famous Bohinj railway line or Transalpina as the Italians call it, cheap built between 1900 and 1906 to connect Europe with the Adriatic Sea. It includes a renovated museum car and takes tourists for rides. You can [...]
Former USA Weekend director of photography Matt Mendelsohn captured election history at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, help D.C. His image is of a group of twenty or so people huddled over a transistor radio, levitra silently listening to Barack Obama give his acceptance speach on election night. All we can say is very very cool! Read more [...]
London based photojournalist Mimi Mollica traveled on assignment to India from the NGO Leonard Cheshire International, sale to photograph the activities they bring forward to help people with disability in the poorest areas of the country. This set of pictures cuts across the different areas that she visited, from the Academy for Blind in Bangalore, to [...]
Freelance journalist Shane Bauer’s multimedia piece about San Francisco’s Tenderloin that is home to most of the city’s 518 single room occupancy hotels. Their eight by ten foot rooms are home to the mentally ill, unhealthy HIV patients, cheap transsexuals and drug addicts. See more about Bauer’s Hotel Poverty project on Vewd.org