This week, we watched in horror as Kabul fell into the hands of the Taliban following the withdrawal of US troops. Thousands of Afghans crowded into the airport, eager to leave the country. We also set our sights on Haiti, which is experiencing a series of natural disasters just weeks after the death of their president.
It has been a difficult week, but there has been excitement. Flo Ngala filmed the boldness of Black Houseowners in New York, and four Los Angeles-based artists focused on fertility and family planning.
Hoda Afshar‘s new book looks at the beauty of Iran’s hurricane, and Jeano Edwards returning to Jamaica – the home he left at age 16 – to explore the country through a new lens. The PH MuseumThe mobile camera competition proves that you don’t need a high-end camera to take a good picture – just feel good light.
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