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Picture of the week

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19 juin 2019

Shutter speeds: the cars of El Mirage

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From Chernobyl to the Brighton bombing: the photography of John Downing

Margaret Thatcher waist-deep in blackcurrant bushes during a visit to Appleford Farm, Rivenhall, Essex, 29 May 1987

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Fallen princesses / Dina Goldstein

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02 juin 2019

Extreme weather in the US: tornadoes, floods and snow – in pictures

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22 mai 2019

A photograph that made history

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "obama hair kid"

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12 mars 2019

Ahmedabad, India

A construction worker climbs through a tunnel boring machine after it has broken through, completing a new tunnel as part of the planned Ahmedabad Metro.

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25 février 2019

Daytona Beach, Florida, US

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17 février 2019

Celebrating the UK's national parks at 70 – in pictures

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20 janvier 2019


Diver Ocean Ramsey swims next to a female great white shark off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii. Great white sharks are extremely rare in Hawaii and this individual may be one of the largest recorded. Shark populations around Hawaii are declining and there are no laws to protect sharks from being killed for their fins. The @OneOceanDiving research team study shark behaviour and teach people how to avoid adverse interactions.

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24 décembre 2018


NEWS PHOTOGRAPHY is often meant to be consumed instantly, on paper, on our screens, in endless scrolling feeds. It tells us what the world looks like right at a given moment. But it can lose much of its power that way — the power to seize us, to shake us awake, to interrupt the everyday. There is always a new image. Scenes of the present become instantly the past.

Put together at the end of a year, though, their essence is restored. The images here compel us to look closely, look twice, look slowly. And in doing so, we can ask ourselves: How do we react to what we see — not only in the moment we look at it, but in our daily lives? How does that reaction prepare us for the way we will face the future

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