Michael Oryem poses with two elephant tusks that he helped the Ugandan army recover from the Lord’s Resistance Army, an armed group that’s deeply involved with central African elephant poaching. Photo: Brent Stirton, 2nd Prize, Nature Stories, the 59th annual World Press Photo photography contest.
Award winning world press photo of aboriginal girl Laurinda, a young Kamilaroi girl, plays with her dress as she waits for the bus that will take her to Sunday school. Many disadvantaged communities in Australia face entrenched poverty, racism, trans-generational trauma, violence, addiction, and a range of other barriers to health and wellbeing. Credits to Photographer: Raphaela Rosella #worldpressphoto #Australia
World Press Photo 2015: è lo scatto sui gay in Russia. Premiati 10 italiani
Photo by @tomasvh // Don't miss the exhibition at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art from Sept. 16 to Jan. featuring @tomasvh 's drone series including this "Schoolyard" image, a cm gelatin-silver print that is part of the museum's permanent collection:
Congratulations to photographer @paleyphoto for being honored at the 2017 @worldpressphoto competition in the Daily Life category for this image of a Uygur woman on a #train in #China. The annual photo contest rewards photographers for the best single exposure pictures contributing to the past year of visual journalism. #WPPh2017 #culture
Lone activist Ieshia Evans stands her ground while offering her hands for arrest as she is charged by riot police during a protest against police brutality outside the Baton Rouge Police Department in Louisiana, USA. Evans, a 28-year-old Pennsylvania nurse and mother of one, traveled to Baton Rouge to protest against the shooting of Alton Sterling. Sterling was a 37-year-old black man and father of five, who was shot at close range by two white police officers. The shooting, captured on a…