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Jeremiad French origin //[jer-uh-mahy-uh d//: A long mournful complaint; a list of woes.

Nyangatom village, Omo Valley, Ethiopia. Photo © Louise Porter

Kara woman, Omo Valley, Ethiopia - World Photography Organisation. By Louise.

My all time favorite photo from World Press Photo

Hung Kyung did this photorealistic painting of National Geographic's famous and iconic photograph "Afghan Girl." I remember seeing the original picture on the cover of Nat Geo as a kid and being mesmerized by her gaze.

A Kandahar due donne afghane con il burqa imparano a ricamare un abito per una bambola ad un seminario promosso da una ONG malese. L'obiettivo della ONG è aiutare le donne locali ad emanciparsi. (Majid Saeedi/Getty Images)

An Afghan woman learns how to make a doll at a workshop sponsored by a Malaysian NGO called Mercy that seeks to help local females to empower themselves. 80 women participate in every workshop desp.

The 2nd prize in the Spot News Stories category of the 2015 World Press Photo Contest by Jerome Sessini, France, Magnum Photos for De Standaard shows an Orthodox priest blessing the protesters on a barricade in Kiev, Ukraine, Feb. 20, 2014. (AP Photo/Jerome Sessini, France, Magnum Photos for De Standaard)

An Orthodox priest blesses protesters on a barricade in Kiev, Ukraine, in 2014 Photograph: Jerome Sessini/Magnum Photos

World Press Photo 2014 Finalistas #CasaDeIdeas

World Press Photo 2014 Finalistas

World Press Photo 2014 Finalistas #CasaDeIdeas

A young girl is pictured after she was wounded during clashes between riot-police and protesters after the funeral of Berkin Elvan, the boy who died from injuries suffered during last year’s anti-government protests, in Istanbul.

Stephan Vanfleteren of Belgium has won the first prize in the People - Staged Portraits Stories category of the World Press Photo Contest 20...

Stephan Vanfleteren, Belgium, Panos for Mercy Ships/De Standaard People of Mercy, Guinea – World Press Photo 2013

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Najiba holds her nephew, Shabir, who was injured from the same bomb blast that killed his sister. Najiba watched over the children while Shabir’s mother buried her daughter. Image by Paula Bronstein.

Yongzhi Chu, a Chinese photographer, won the First Prize in the Nature Category, Singles, of the 2015 World Press Photo contest with this picture of a a monkey being trained for circus cowering as its trainer approaches in Suzhou, in this picture taken November 29, 2014

World Press Photo: 2015 Photo Contest Winners Photographer: Yongzhi Chu, China Location: Suzhou, Anhui Province, China About the picture: A monkey being trained for the circus cowers as its trainer approaches.

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Festival of Lanterns - Chiang Mai, Thailand – Justin Ng This is one of the most spectacular festival images we have ever seen. The Yi Peng lantern festival looks incredible and Justin Ng captures it as good as it gets. Each lantern

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Maciej Makowski, Poland, Shortlist, Travel, Sony World Photography Awards - I was hanging around the Jaipur’s suburbia when I noticed a cloud of birds in the air. I’ve just instinctively released the shutter. Soul of Sir Hitchcock lives here I thought :)

05. Riccardo Venturi, a Contrasto photographer based in Italy, has won the 1st Prize General News Single category with this picture of the Old Iron Market burning in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, taken January 18. The prize-winning entries of the World Press Photo Contest 2010, the world's largest annual press photography contest, were announced February 11, 2011. REUTERS/Riccardo Venturi/Contrasto/Handout

Riccardo Venturi, a Contrasto photographer based in Italy, has won the Prize General News Single category with this picture of the Old Iron Market burning in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, taken January