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Kim Jong Il Looking at Things

On Kim Jong Un's birthday, LightBox presents a new book highlighting his father's uncanny ability to look at just about everything.

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Jonathan Olley
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Real Photographer, Fake War: Jonathan Olley and Zero Dark Thirty

Many Americans have likely seen Jonathan Olley’s photographs, even if they don't know him by name. Olley, the stills photographer behind Zero Dark Thirty and The Hurt Locker, was previously a war photographer documenting conflict in the former Yugoslavia.

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Closeup

Pictures of the Week: December 28 – January 4

From the Sandy Hook Elementary students' return to school and the death of a gang-rape victim in India to New Year's celebrations and a giant rubber duck in Darling Harbor, Australia, TIME presents the best images of the week.

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© Stephen Gill
Out There

Coexistence by Stephen Gill

The photographic voice of English photographer Stephen Gill always has a playfully inventive ring. The photos in his new book, 'Coexistence,' mix the scientific and conceptual while documenting a pond's microscopic communities.

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Image: Latif, son of Jam Pumhoom, got polio when he was 8 years old
Photo Essay

Endgame for an Enduring Disease? Pakistan’s Fight Against Polio

Twenty-three years after it was eradicated in the United States, polio still stalks Pakistan, one of three countries left in the world where the devastating disease is still endemic. Photographer Diego Ibarra Sánchez documented Pakistan's struggle to get a handle on the disease.

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The Past Comes Alive: History in High-Definition

There's always something interesting about history—it's often just a matter of knowing where to find it. Shorpy.com highlights the noteworthy negatives of the Library of Congress in high-definition.

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365

366: The Year in Photographs 2012

The year 2012 was a cyclone of news. Through the highs and lows, LightBox presents a look back on 2012 through 366 images, picking a photo for each day of the past year (and one for the leap day).

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Eric Vandeville—ABACAPRESS.com
Photo Essay

2012: A Year of Strange Landscapes

TIME looks back on the byproducts of man's folly and nature's fury in a gallery of the year's strange and surreal landscapes.

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RJ Sangosti—Getty Images
Man on the Wire

Rainbows in the Frame: Emblems of Hope in a Dark Year

As we envision what the coming year might bring, Lightbox pauses to celebrate sightings of rainbows — those fleeting emblems of hope — photographed over the past year in unexpected, incongruous places.

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Brendan Hoffman
Man on the Wire

A Year of Photographers in the Picture

As the new year approaches, TIME takes a look back on 2012 to highlight an increasingly common phenomenon: the photographer in the picture.

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