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Olhar Sobre o Mundo São Paulo 460 anos No aniversário de 460 anos da cidade de São Paulo, o blog “Olhar Sobre o Mundo” retoma a publicação com um ensaio realizado por parte da equipe de fotojornalistas do jornal “O Estado de S. Paulo”. A São Paulo futurista; a São Paulo histórica; a São Paulo urbana; a São Paulo periférica, entre outras facetas desta megalópole estão contidas neste post. Veja mais fotos Olhar Sobre o Mundo

P H O T O J O U R N A L I S M L I N K S

P H O T O J O U R N A L I S M L I N K S First Photojournalism Links Features and Essays post for 2013. The previous post was made late November last year, so lots to share. I’ve divided the links in rough geographic sections, apart from the first one. Always so exciting to see new work by Sebastião Salgado. Guardian posted the latest instalment of Salgado’s Genesis project, this on Nenets in Siberia.

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Remembering Verdun 12 Apr 2014 Verdun was the site of one of World War I's bloodiest battles but yesterday’s enemies are now united on the battleground. Members of French and German historical associations, all keenly interested in the First World War and all passionate about historical re-enactments, gather in Verdun every year to take part in a commemorative march. Keeping it snappy Pictures, News Photos, Picture Slideshows & More
The New Breed of Documentary Photographers

The New Breed of Documentary Photographers

Randy Olson “One Little Hammer” April 3, 2014 Posted by Geoffrey Hiller in Multimedia. Tags: Multimedia
Sacramento Bee -- The Frame Sacramento Bee -- The Frame MOUNT FUJI, Japan (AP) -- They trudge up well-trod cinder paths by the thousands, headlamps glowing in the dark, and then settle in, shivering, to await and cheer the sun's blazing ascent over the horizon. Climbing Mount Fuji, Japan's most iconic landmark, is a group activity: Seldom is it climbed in solitude. The recent recognition of the 3,776-meter (12,388-foot) peak as a UNESCO World Heritage site has many here worried that it will draw still more people, adding to the wear and tear on the environment from the more than 300,000 who already climb the mountain each year. Safety is another concern.