Photo Essay
The latest photo stories from TIME’s contributors.

An Army Apart: Disconnect Between the Public and Military

Peter van Agtmael—Magnum for TIME

In September, photographer Peter van Agtmael traveled to South Carolina for "The Other 1%," which appears in the next week's issue of TIME. Here, he writes about the experience of photographing new recruits at Fort Jackson military base.

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Nicholas Alan Cope & Dustin Edward Arnold
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Stamen: The Cycles of Life as Seen in a Flower

Nicholas Alan Cope and Dustin Edward Arnold create ravishing stillifes of flowers as a visual allegory for the life, death and rebirth of the human spirit.

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Jesse Burke
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In a Lonely Place: Jesse Burke’s Deer Stands

As shooting season begins across the country, TIME looks at one photographer’s series on hunting blinds.

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Tim Davis for TIME
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The Desks of Washington D.C.

For Election Day 2011, TIME comissioned photographer Tim Davis to peek inside the offices of some of the Beltway’s most powerful people.

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Ty Cacek for TIME
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The Ku Klux Klan Revisited

Photojournalist Ty Cacek has been documenting the group since 2009, in an effort to understand how reasonable people come to adopt an unreasonable philosophy of hate.

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Romina Hendlin
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Runner’s High: One Man’s New York City Marathon Dream Comes True

Born with severely low muscle tone, it took more than 15 hours for Maickel Melamed to cross this year’s finish line. Photographer Romina Hendlin documented his journey.

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Elaine Stocki
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Beyond Yale: Another View of New Haven

Elaine Stocki’s Balcony series explores the disconnect she experienced between the university and the greater Connecticut community. The work was recently nominated for a Grange Prize, the prestigious Canadian public-voted art award.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
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Yemen’s Change Square: Occupy Sana’a

TIME contract photographer Yuri Kozyrev captures the tense atmosphere of Change Square, the locus of anti-government protests in Yemen’s capital, which has become a veritable tent city.

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Corinne May Botz
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Haunted Histories by Corinne May Botz

Haunted Houses is a long-term photography project and collection of recorded ghost stories in over eighty haunted sites throughout the United States. The series was inspired by turn of the century spirit photographs and Victorian ghost stories written by women as a means of articulating domestic discontents.

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Brent Stirton—Reportage by Getty Images for WWF
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Virus Hunter: How One Scientist Is Preventing the Next Pandemic

Nathan Wolfe runs Global Viral Forecasting, a group that monitors the porous microbiological boundaries between animals and humans, with the aim of identifying emerging viruses before they start causing problems.

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