Explore Walking, Flower Paper, and more!

Campomaiornews: UCC-Flor de Papel de Campo Maior organiza "Caminha...

Campomaiornews: UCC-Flor de Papel de Campo Maior organiza "Caminha...

O maior concurso de fotojornalismo do mundo foi dominado pela crise dos refugiados. A imagem do ano encontra-os, de madrugada, na fronteira entre a Sérvia e a Hungria. Mário Cruz, fotógrafo da Agência Lusa, ganhou um dos primeiros prémios.

Artes. Uma fotografia “assombrosa” e mais um português premiado no World Press Photo 2015

Migrants walked atop a dike as Slovenian riot police escorted them to a registration camp outside Dobova. War, drought and more are driving millions of people from their homelands © Sergey Ponomarev fo

Campomaiornews: Hoje é o Dia Mundial da Actividade Física

Hoje é o Dia Mundial da Actividade Física

Why do we fall short of those life-changing goals? An expert answers—and shares actionable steps that will help you succeed.

Dorothea Lange’s Censored Photographs of FDR’s Japanese Concentration Camps — Anchor Editions

Dorothea Lange’s Censored Photographs of FDR’s Japanese Concentration Camps

A view of surrounding country flanked by beautiful mountains at this War Relocation Authority center.

A selection of the year’s most riveting photographs.

The Year in Pictures 2016

KHALDIYA, IRAQ A camp for people displaced by fighting in Iraq. Tens of thousands of civilians fled violence during battles to take back territory from the Islamic State. Bryan Denton for The New York Times

Pulitzer'den ödül alan fotoğraflar

Pulitzer'den ödül alan fotoğraflar 2016

Award-winning photojournalist Sergey Ponomarev discusses the challenges—both personal and political—inherent to a career spent documenting conflict and its consequences around the world

Pulitzer 1962. Serious steps. John F. Kennedy y Eisenhower

Serious Steps Paul Vathis, 1962 -President John F. Kennedy and former president Dwight D. Eisenhower are having a wintertime walk at Camp David in winter. Kennedy has just asked Eisenhower what he thinks of the botched Bay of Pigs Invasion.

Buddhist monk Thich Quang Duc sets himself ablaze in protest against the persecution of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese government, 1963

Buddhist monk Thich Quang Duc sets himself ablaze in protest against the persecution of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese government, Malcolm W. Browne/AP “Because of what I knew of the Buddhist tradition in Vietnam, I realized that it had to.

Manzanar Relocation Center, Manzanar, California. More land is being cleared of sage brush at the southern end of the project to enlarge this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

More land is being cleared of sage brush at the southern end of the project to enlarge this War Relocation Authority center for evacuees of Japanese ancestry.

Os vencedores do concurso World Press Photo 2015

June Refugees crowd on board a boat some 25 kilometers from the Libyan coast, prior to being rescued by an Italian naval frigate working as part of Operation Mare Nostrum (OMN). World Press Photo. Photo by Massimo Sestini.

A Separate Peace spends a lot of time talking about the war. Gene says war is caused by "something ignorant in the human heart." Finny doesn't want to believe that the war is real because he can't participate in it (his leg). He even manages to convince Gene the same, that war is just a bunch of fat, old men sitting around at a table and making stuff up.

1978 A demonstrator is engulfed in flames of the molotov cocktail he was about to throw at the police during protest against the construction of Narita Airport There were 13 deaths

Manzanar Relocation Center, Manzanar, California. Street scene of barrack homes at this War Relocation Authority Center. The windstorm has subsided and the dust has settled.

PRINT AVAILABLE July 1942 — Manzanar Relocation Center, Manzanar, California. Street scene of barrack homes at this War Relocation Authority Center. The windstorm has subsided and the dust has settled.

Tragedy by the Sea

1955 Pulitzer Prize, Photography, John L. Gaunt, Los Angeles Times

Down by the water, Gaunt finds a distraught young couple by the shoreline. Moments before, their 19-month-old son was playing happily in their yard. Somehow, he wandered down to the
beach. He was swept away by the fierce tide.

The little boy is gone. There is nothing anyone can do. Gaunt, who has a daughter about the same age, takes four quick photographs of the grieving couple. "As I made the…

Tragedy By The Sea by John L. 1955 Pulitzer Prize Los Angeles Times photographer John Gaunt is enjoying the sun on April 1954 in his front yard in Hermosa Beach, California. Near the water, Gaunt finds a young couple by the shoreline.

Syria by Javier Manzano - A Free Syria Army soldier (FSA) runs through "no man's land" under a billow of smoke at the Karmel Jabl front on October 31, 2012.

Syria by Javier Manzano - A Free Syria Army soldier (FSA) runs through "no man's land" under a billow of smoke at the Karmel Jabl front on October

After battling rough seas and high winds from Turkey, migrants arrived by rubber raft on a jagged shoreline of the Greek island of Lesbos. Fearing capsize or puncture, some panicked and jumped into the cold water in desperation to reach land. This boy made it, unlike hundreds of others. Oct. 1, 2015. Tyler Hicks/The New York Times

Overseas Press Club Photo Awards

Waves of Young Syrian Men Bring Hope, and a Test, to Europe - The New York Times

A selection of the year’s most riveting photographs.

The Year in Pictures 2016

LESBOS, GREECE Volunteers directed a raft carrying migrants to land, the day before a deal between the European Union and Turkey went into effect to curb the flow of migrants into Europe. Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times

Pinterest
Search