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Best Photojournalism of 2014

In August 2012, Cedric King woke up at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland to his mother and wife beside his bed. Both his legs had been amputated. A week before, King was on a combat patrol in an explosive-making factory in Afghanistan when insurgents attacked. While trying to get his fellow soldiers to safety, King stepped on an improvised explosive device (IED), which immediately threw him out into the air and blew his legs off.<br><br>From <a ...

Chernobyl. It is not just bombs that should give us pause.

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James Nachtwey, photographer. I saw a documentary about his work covering some of the greatest horrors in our world. He speaks so eloquently about witnessing suffering and has clearly sacrificed much in order to be there and call the world's attention.

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JAMES NACHTWEY: "From Inferno to War: A Few Considerations on James Nachtwey, VII, and War Photography” (2004)

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Alabama, 1994 - Prisoner on the chain gang. By James Nachtwey

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As close as it gets: James Nachtwey

mesmerized by James Nachtwey's images. His collections will be haunting my thoughts.

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James Nachtwey is another of my favourite photojournalist and war photographer. His photographs have been a great inspiration to me although I'm not sure if I would have a chance to take photograph in a war zone. But I did try out at some peaceful protest.

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Revisiting 9/11: Unpublished Photos by James Nachtwey

James Nachtwey’s 9/11 Photographs - LightBox

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James Nachtwey – The Improviser | British Journal of Photography

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