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Sharbat had never seen her famous portrait before it was shown to her in January 2002.

The Afghan Girl

The 'Afghan Girl'. Her Iconic Photo Appeared On The Cover Of National Geographic In Her Piercing Sea-Green Eyes - Became A Symbol Both Of The Afghan Conflict & Of The Refugee Situation Worldwide. She Was Finally Found & Rephotographed In

Smallest shark - Most people think of a shark as a big violent predator with very sharp teeth ranging the sea in search of food. But in fact, there are over 400 different species of sharks.  Did you know that sharks are some of the most amazing and most misunderstood creatures on the planet? So, for you to understand them more, here is the list of smallest sharks ever lived in the world

20+ Smallest Shark in the World and You’ll Be Amazed After Knowing it

A Great White Shark: (Photo By: Sergio Riccardo National Geographic.

Soldiers' uniforms turn purple, vegetation magenta … the infrared film used by photographer Richard Mosse forces us to see the conflicts of Congo in different ways

Congo: Across the spectrum – in pictures

Photographer Richard Mosse used a discontinued Kodak film called Aerochrome to turn the war-torn landscape of the Democratic Republic of Congo into a variety of pink and purple.

Conflict Photo by Mohammed AlNaser — National Geographic Your Shot

Conflict Photo by Mohammed AlNaser — National Geographic Your Shot

National Geographic Conflict Photographer Documents Hurricane Harvey Flood Experience ... #fstoppers #News #Video

National Geographic Conflict Photographer Documents Hurricane Harvey Flood Experience ... #fstoppers #News #Video

I don’t consider myself a teacher nor am I trying to be a wise person. But through my photographs and the stories I tell, I end up showing people quite amazing things. That is a wonderful driver and motivator for my passion. Occasionally, for example, somebody comments on one of my Instagram or Facebook posts saying, “Thank you for sharing these images. I never knew this culture existed, it’s amazing.” That is a massive inspiration for me to keep working. --- Photo caption: Cattle of Kings…

I don’t consider myself a teacher nor am I trying to be a wise person. But through my photographs and the stories I tell, I end up showing people quite amazing things. That is a wonderful driver and motivator for my passion. Occasionally, for example, somebody comments on one of my Instagram or Facebook posts saying, “Thank you for sharing these images. I never knew this culture existed, it’s amazing.” That is a massive inspiration for me to keep working. --- Photo caption: Cattle of Kings…

Dickey Chapelle was born Georgette Meyer in Shorewood, Wisconsin. Chapelle covered the Second World War in Iwo Jima and Okinawa and became known for her coverage of major wars for Life, Look, and National Geographic. In 1965, while covering the Vietnam conflict, Chapelle was killed by a landmine. She was the first female correspondent killed in action.

Dickey Chapelle, born Georgette Louise Meyer in WISCONSIN (March was an American photo-journalist known for her work as a war correspondent from World War II through the Vietnam War. First female war correspondent killed.

Photojournalist Steve McCurry‘s 1984 photograph of Sharbat Gula, the iconic " Afghan Girl" was featured on the cover of the June 1985 National Geographic and captured hearts worldwide.  More on: http://harryneelam.com/photoblog/steve-mccurry-a-life-documenting-the-faces-of-the-human-condition/

"The Afghan Girl" by Steve McCurry (National Geographic). Her name is Sharbat Gula. The photo was taken in when she was 12 and running away from the Afghan conflict - and became a symbol of the Afghan war and the refugee situation worldwide.

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