This week, we have been following the continued evacuation of Afghan people from their home country. We spoke to some of the Afghan translators, colleagues, and traditional allies who are still seeking Taliban visas to regain power. In the meantime, Kiana Hayeri filmed Afghan youths asking what would happen to the next generation on 9/11 of New York Times Magazine. In the US, Annie Grossinger has spent years photographing people released from prisons in New York state and how social reunions criticize them in his series. Continuous Sentence.
In the UK, we look back on more than 50 years of Notting Hill Carnival, as well as the old British holidays on the English Riviera and David Hares. In Somaliland, Nichole Sobecki drew pictures of baby monkeys in the wild and documented how they were illegally removed from their homes. And for the Fast Company, researchers asked people in two cities in Colombia to draw examples of justice and co-existence, with the results of the analysis. We look for winners a Picture of Women support, including Eli Farinago and Danielle Villasana. Gena Marvin is also contemplating the beauty of Russia, and Pablo Piedra, a longtime military photographer, is now photographing bedbugs of bedbugs. Logan White pictures list Repetition brought us back to the ballet class, with a photographer from New England Philip Keith pictures of how Martha’s Vineyard became a black place this time of year made us want to jump into the sea and enjoy the last few weeks of summer.