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Nicole Crowder was the photo editor for The Washington Post’s photography blog, In Sight. She left The Post in August 2016.
Matthew Lewis was the first Post photographer to take home the prize.
A look at what once stood as the capital of Senegal and Mauritania for nearly 100 years, and is one of the oldest colonial cities on the continent.
“What happens in Borneo...is affected by and affects societies everywhere. The notion that everyone lives in everyone else’s back yard is the new reality.“
One photographer’s quiet portrait of an African society in the midst of political upheaval.
A closer look at the heartbeat of Aliquippa: its residents
“These towns — that helped put Pittsburgh on the map and make the city an industrial powerhouse — seem to be left by the wayside and forgotten.“
A diary kept over 10 years of traveling with a circus in America became a journey in motherhood and photography.
Ecuador is home to the tallest mangrove trees in the world in the Cayapas Mataje Reserve.
An esteemed photo editor in South Asia donated a collection of prints he received from renowned photographers throughout his career.
A young Iranian refugee practices his faith and helps cares for the sick alongside a German couple who have been assisting refugees.