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2006 #Leica Oskar Barnack Award winner Tomas Munita's "Kabul - Leaving the Shadows." Click through to view the full series.

2006 Oskar Barnack Award winner Tomas Munita's "Kabul - Leaving the Shadows." Click through to view the full series.

Tomas Munita

Tomas Munita

Tuesday, May 24, 2005, a U.S. aircraft bombed and destroyed a cave where about six  rebels were believed to be hiding

Afghan War: 8th Anniversary Photo Retrospective

Tuesday, May a U. aircraft bombed and destroyed a cave where about six rebels were believed to be hiding

Tomás Munita: 2013 Recipient of the Chris Hondros Fund Award - LightBox

Tomás Munita: 2013 Recipient of the Chris Hondros Fund Award

Afghan refugees light a fire with plastic and rubbish next to their tents in a junk dump in Kabul.

Leonora Vicuña - Paris Photo Grand Palais

Leonora Vicuña - Paris Photo Grand Palais

tomas munita.....kabul.....leaving the shadows

The Leica Oskar Barnack Award is an international photo contest for photographers. Awarded will contemporary, outstanding reportage photography.

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Tomás Munita and Dominic Nahr traveled to Fukushima for a reportage on the current situation following the nuclear disaster in 2011. Read a sample of the interview that appears in the latest issue of LFI: http://blog.leica-camera.com/photographers/interviews/dominic-nahr-and-tomas-munita-a-photographic-perspective-on-fukushima/

Tomás Munita and Dominic Nahr traveled to Fukushima for a reportage on the current situation following the nuclear disaster in 2011. Read a sample of the interview that appears in the latest issue of LFI: http://blog.leica-camera.com/photographers/interviews/dominic-nahr-and-tomas-munita-a-photographic-perspective-on-fukushima/

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Vintage black & white London image showing the Thames path, image from the Bishopsgate Institute

by thetinyhappiness

by thetinyhappiness

Steve McCurry in Afghanistan.

"Life is the fire that burns and the sun that gives light. Life is the wind and the rain and the thunder in the sky. Life is matter and is earth, what is and what is not, and what beyond is in Eternity.

Mervyn Bishop :: Art Gallery NSW

Mervyn Bishop :: Art Gallery NSW

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