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Postcards from Tohoku: Japan, One Year Later

Iwaki City. Normally, people can swim here. One of the signs on the chairs said, “Do not eat any seafood up north from Chiba prefecture,” and fishermen decided not to fish when results of sea water and seafood tests came back to show high radioactive contamination. Kosuke Okahara. Read more http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/photobooth/2012/03/dispatch-from-tohoku.html#ixzz1oSWQ24mL

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Looking at How Abortion Restrictions Endanger Women’s Lives

Kosuke Okahara part of "Dispatch from Tohoku: Documenting the Aftermath"

Yamada machi, Iwate prif, 4 Apr 2011, via Kyodo News

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Japan: Two Years After

Two years ago today, Japan was devastated by an earthquake and tsunami that killed over 15,000 people and affected thousands more. Q. Sakamaki, a Japanese photographer, has been photographing the storm's effects since 2011. Click-through for a slideshow of Sakamaki's photos: http://nyr.kr/Y508Oe [This photo: A festival in Syowa Village, where, as a result of depopulation, a majority of residents are elderly.]

Ishinomaki, Miyagi prif, Mar11,2013. by Tsuyoshi Morita, Mainichi Newspapers.宮城県石巻市で2013年3月11日午前9時49分、森田剛史撮影

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Sixty-Five Years of Revolution by Magnum

Boulevard St. Michel, Paris, May 10-11, 1968. Explosion of tear gas. Photograph by Bruno Barbey. Click-through for more photos from Magnum's new book "Magnum Revolution: 65 Years of Fighting for Freedom".

Natori, Miyagi prif. Mar 11,2013. by Tsuyoshi Morita, Mainichi Newspapers.宮城県名取市で2013年3月11日午前5時59分、森田剛史撮影

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Richard Avedon and Photo Booth’s New Look

Photo Booth has a new look! To celebrate, a slideshow of Richard Avedon's portraits of writers: http://nyr.kr/TLcM3H (Saul Bellow in 2003)

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Off the Shelf: Luigi Ghirri’s It’s Beautiful Here, Isn’t It…

Off the Shelf: Our Photo Booth blog revisits Aperture's "It's Beautiful Here, Isn't It..."Brest, 1972, from Diaframma II, 1/125. Image Estate of Luigi Ghirri/Courtesy Aperture Foundation.