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I don't think there is any such thing as detachment when you're photographing. You have a point of view and if you haven't, your pictures don't show anything about the people you are working with ...
Eve Arnold
Thursday, Apr. 20, 2006
Queen Elilzabeth II bday
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This caption originally placed Mount Kilimanjaro in Kenya. Although a small part of the mountain is in that country, the peak, which is shown here, is in Tanzania.

TANZANIA — The snow and glaciers that crown Mount Kilimanjaro's volcanic crater are also melting, potent evidence of drastic climate changes, 2004.

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Interactive Essays
Chernobyl LegacyRivages
Chernobyl Legacy
by Paul Fusco

The nightmare of Chernobyl continues to be a painful reality for those exposed to its radioactive fallout. In Chernobyl Legacy, Paul Fusco faces the human tragedy of the world's worst nuclear energy disaster.

by Harry Gruyaert

Belgian photographer Harry Gruyaert draws creative inspiration from the places where earth meets sea. And while the shoreline may not be always be the main focus of his pictures, it forms a backdrop as regular as the pounding surf.

Magnum in Motion Video Podcasts
Book of the Week: <i>Hot Light/Half-Made Worlds</i>
Book of the Week: Hot Light/Half-Made Worlds
by Alex Webb
This book features people of the tropics in spaces of both shadow and light. These portraits show people living in hybrid lands mixed with new and old, where natural beauty and human desperation coexist.
Zoom In: Canberra Balloon Fiesta
Zoom In: Canberra Balloon Fiesta
by Trent Parke
From April 15 to 23, the Parliamentary Triangle in Australia's capital city, Canberra, will once again be the sight of the Canberra Balloon Fiesta. Each day at sunrise, more than 50 hot-air balloons of all shapes and sizes will float over the city. A native of Australia, Trent Parke photographed the event in 2003, from the expansion of the floating giants before dawn to their landing and deflation at night.
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