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(Ragnar Axelsson)

‘The road that takes you away will lead you back home again as long as you carry on’: The beautiful desolation of the Iceland Ring Road

Photographer Ragnar Axelsson traveled the Iceland Ring Road just as the coronavirus pandemic took hold of the world to document a new level of desolation.

The Inner Outlook contest received over 800 entries from over 25 countries, showing on-the-ground views of the coronavirus pandemic.

(Luciana Passaro)

Oksana Parafeniuk asked people to share dreams they’ve experienced during quarantine and used them as inspiration for a photography series.

(Photo by Oksana Parafeniuk)

Photographer Kristi Odom follows Washington-area group that hopes its in-depth data will provide insight into a catastrophic insect decline that alarms scientists around the world.

(Photo by Kristi Odom)

Photographer Martin Bogren spent years photographing people communing at dance balls in rural Sweden.

(Martin Bogren)

Colombian farmers, once under pressure by armed groups, find hope in a growing industry.

  • Andria Hautamaki
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(Andria Hautamaki)

The Post's Matt McClain shows us how life has changed in his neighborhood during the pandemic.

(Matt McClain/The Washington Post)

Photographer James Whitlow Delano was scheduled to accompany an Antarctic science expedition. But things didn’t go quite as planned.

(James Whitlow Delano)

Photographer Tomaso Clavarino reflects, through his camera, on being locked down during the covid-19 pandemic

(Tomaso Clavorino)

"During the course of this project it occurred to me that the crossings are reassuringly permanent — they stand firm in the face of constant change," the photographer said.

(Sasha Maslov)

Photographer Jashim Salam documents the hardships that tidal flooding in Chittagong is causing for his family, friends and neighbors.

(Jashim Shalam)

A photography campaign encourages people to respect social distancing and stay-at-home orders

Photographer Anastasia Samoylova documents Miami as it feels the effects of rising sea levels.

(Anastasia Samoylova/Steidl)

Israeli photographer Oded Balilty shows how jackals have been emoldened to venture farther into public because of the coronavirus pandemic.

(Oded Balilty/AP)

Photographer Jonathan Blaustein's new book "Extinction Party" looks at consequences of our consumption habits might have on our planet.

(Jonathan Blaustein)

Associated Press photographer Emilio Morenatti shows how health-care workers are helping elderly residents in a Barcelona neighborhood during the spread of covid-19.

(Emilio Morenatti/AP)

Photographer Jayanta Roy travels to Kashmir to see what life in the world's most militarized zone is like.

(Jayanta Roy)

Akasha Rabut spent nearly a decade working with people she met in New Orleans. Her photographs paint a vibrant portrait of people living in one of the country's most distinctive cities.

(Akasha Rabut/Akasha Rabut from "Death Magick Abundance," published by Anthology Editions)

Australian photographer Alana Holmberg shows small slivers of daily life in the time of the coronavirus.

  • Alana Holmberg
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(Alana Holmberg)

Itailian photographer Filippo Venturi's photos paint a psychological portrait of life under lockdown in Italy.

(Filippo Venturi)

Marcus DeSieno’s art project displays microscopic bacteria that are grown onto photographic film of images from space.

(Photo by Marcus DeSieno/Photo by Marcus DeSieno )
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