The pictures I took spontaneously — with a blisslike sensation, as if they had long inhabited my unconscious — were often more powerful than those I had painstakingly composed. I grasped their magic as in passing.
SAN FRANCISCO—Merrill Anderson, 23, originally from a Navajo reservation in Arizona, has been homeless off and on for six years. He found the statuette of a nun in Chinatown. He panhandles and sells found objects to get by, 1999.
The death of Chile's Augusto Pinochet on Dec. 10, 2006 was more than the
passing of another dictator. His violent regime spurred an international
human rights movement. Activist and lawyer Reed Brody from Human Rights
Watch, who has closely followed the legal case against Pinochet for a
decade, provided the commentary for this essay.
Minutes to Midnight
by Trent Parke
Trent Parke captured Minutes to Midnight during a two-year journey across Australia at the end of which his son was born. It is both a document of a nation mourning the loss of a perceived innocence and a man's vision and evolution.