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#LightBoxFF: Street Scenes and ‘Citilegs’ with Stacey Baker

Stacey Baker, an Associate Editor at the New York Times Magazine, has an Instagram feed full of ladies legs, which she photographs on the streets of New York City in what she calls an "impromptu creative exchange"

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Atlantic Wall
Out There

The Ghostly Remains of Nazi Germany’s Atlantic Wall

Between 1943 and 1945, Nazi Germany built a vast system of defensive battlements along the Atlantic coast, stretching from northern Norway to the Pyrenees. Now, 70 years later, photographer Stephan Vanfleteren documents the historical remnants of what became known as the Atlantic Wall

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Yezidi women stranded in the Singar Mountains wait for the arrival of a rescue helicopter. Iraq, August 12, 2014.
Photo Essay

Tragedy on Mount Sinjar

Thousands of Yezidis are awaiting rescue in the inhospitable Sinjar Mountains of northern Iraq but, as Magnum photographer Moises Saman documents, help is fleeting

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Patients at the MSF health clinic in the Domiz refugee camp in northeast Iraq, November 6, 2013. The clinic provides primary health services to the camp's approximately 60,000 refugees from Syria. Domiz Refugee Camp was established by local authorities back on in April 2012 to host the Syrian Kurds. The camp located 20 kms southeast of Dohuk city, in Iraqi Kurdistan and some 60 km from Syria/Iraq border. So far the total number of Syrian refugees in Kurdistan region is 60,151.
Photo Essay

The Reach of War: Chronicling a Day With Doctors Without Borders

Doctors Without Borders sent four photographers and filmmakers to Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon to document one day in the lives of its doctors as they work to help Syrian refugees

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Photograph by Nigel Parry—CPI, Cover ©TIME
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Robin Williams: Photographers Remember a Legendary Actor

To mark the tragic and untimely passing of actor and comedian Robin Williams, TIME LightBox presents a selection of photographs accompanied by the recollections of the photographers who made them

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A wounded man is carried away from the crash site of an Iraqi Air Force helicopter that crashed shortly after take off during a rescue mission in the Sinjar Mountains. Sinjar Mountains, Iraq, Aug. 12, 2014.
The Backstory

Moises Saman Captures Dramatic Images of Iraqi Helicopter Crash

Moises Saman, a Magnum photographer on assignment for TIME, captured dramatic images of today's Iraqi helicopter crash

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Alejandro Cegarra
Out There

Inside the Tower of David, the World’s Tallest Squat

Venezuelan photographer Alejandro Cegarra, this year's Ian Parry Scholarship winner, documented Caracas' Tower of David, the world's tallest squat, just months before it was evacuated. He speaks to TIME LightBox

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Women observing the ritual to wash away the sins committed during mentruation at the annual Rishi Panchami festival, Kathmandu. Nepal.
Photo Essay

The ‘Untouchables': The Tradition of Chhaupadi in Nepal

Photographer Poulomi Basu investigates the ritual of Chhaupadi in Nepal, a cultural tradition that can breed sorrow and guilt, fear or even pain, for young girls and women alike

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HELSINKI, FINLAND - AUG 8: Kaapo, a 9 year old Great Dane from Finland, meets performers from the Helsinki dance group High Heels backstage during the first day of the 2014 World Dog Show on Friday, August 8th, 2014, in Helsinki, Finland. (Photo by Landon Nordeman)
The Backstory

Hounds of Helsinki: Behind the Scenes of the 2014 World Dog Show

Photographer Landon Nordeman shares with TIME his vivid and playful images from the world's largest dog show

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PHOTOJOURNALISMLINKS

PJL: August 2014 (Part 1)

Curated by Mikko Takkunen, a collection of the most interesting photojournalism and documentary photography from across the web.

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