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Man on the Wire

Kim Jong Il as First Among Equals

In the wake of the death of North Korea's Dear Leader, Lightbox looks at how Kim Jong Il always presented himself as first among equals.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
Photo Essay

TIME’s Best Photojournalism of 2011

Sometimes words just aren’t enough. Our photojournalism this year offers the chance to not only see, but also feel the story.

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Mario Tama—Getty Images
Closeup

Pictures of the Week, December 9 – December 16

From a shooting in Belgium and Congo protests to the lunar eclipse, TIME’s photo department presents the best images of the week.

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Hebert Ponting
Out There

Captain Scott and Captain Shackleton: A 100 Year Old Expedition

An exhibition at the Queen’s Gallery in London’s Buckingham Palace marks the centennial of one of the last great episodes of the age of exploration.

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Stefanie Gordon—AP
Man on the Wire

TIME Picks the Best Viral Photos of 2011

Spontaneous snapshots. Intimate moments. Unexpected exposures. There was no one formula for this year’s most viral photographs.

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Yuri Kozyrev—NOOR for TIME
Photo Essay

Yuri Kozyrev: My Year On Revolution Road

In 2011, Yuri Kozyrev traveled to seven countries covering protests and uprisings for TIME, including Egypt, Bahrain, Libya, Yemen, Russia, Greece and Tunisia. Here, he writes about the remarkable experience and what all the revolutions had in common.

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Peter Hapak for TIME
Photo Essay

The Protester: A Portfolio by Peter Hapak

As TIME names the protester its 2011 Person of the Year, a look at protesters from around the world, from New York and Oakland to the Middle East.

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Max Rossi—Reuters
Toolbox

Brave New (Photography) World: Octocopters as Cameras

A new breed of octocopter drones can fly more than a half-mile into the sky at speeds of up to 42 mph and be piloted via remote control, allowing for the recording of image stills that a photographer couldn't capture.

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Pete Muller—AP Photo
Man on the Wire

Pete Muller: TIME Picks the Best Photographer on the Wires

Of the millions of photographs moving through the news services—known as “the wires”—this year, the work of Associated Press freelancer Pete Muller stood out. His exceptional photographs—focused on Africa and particularly Sudan—take an individual approach to storytelling, one that combines a distinctive aesthetic with journalistic integrity.

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Emily Schiffer—Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund
In Progress

Securing Food in Chicagoland

Earlier this year, Emily Schiffer received support from the Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund. The photographer is using the grant to explore the crisis of food security in the Windy City.

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