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(Scott McIntyre)

Florida photographer shows old timers in Key West who don’t just want to read Hemingway — they want to BE him

Photographer Scott McIntyre's images of Ernest Hemingway enthusiasts in Key West.

Photographer Charles-Frederick Ouellet chronicles life on Quebec's historic waterway.

(Charles-Frederick Ouellet)

Reuters photographer Erik De Castro documents the devastation of fires in Manila's slums.

(Erik De Castro/Reuters)

Photographer Hannes Jung visited Lithuania, where the suicide rate is among the highest in the world.

(Hannes Jung)

Post photographer Salwan Georges's arresting images of fireworks.

(Salwan Georges/The Washington Post)

Photographer Hosam Katan documents the war in his home country.

(Hosam Katan)

Reuters photographer Lucy Nicholson explores California's aging prison population.

Inmate Michael Patrick Rodriguez, 62, who has skin cancer, watches a meditation video in the hospice at the California Medical Facility prison in Vacaville, Calif. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)

Photographers Paul Kranzler and Andrew Phelps explore Green Bank, West Virginia.

(Paul Kranzler and Andrew Phelps/Fountain Books)

Photographer Martin Bertrand explores skating culture in Vietnam.

(Martin Bertrand/Hans Lucas)

For the past year and a half, Rory Doyle has been documenting black cowgirls and cowboys in the Mississippi Delta.

(Rory Doyle)
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