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Moving beyond Punch and Judy's sinister past

A pair of puppets with a rather violent past get a makeover for today's young audiences

By Sarah Eberspacher | 6:08am ET
Punch and Judy
 

Confronting our twisted relationship with food

A young photographer turns the stories of women with eating disorders into searingly thought-provoking images

By Sarah Eberspacher | September 29, 2014
Food photograhy
 

The week's best photojournalism

In some of the week's most compelling images, Indian women dance, Syrian families flee, and more

By Sarah Eberspacher and Lauren Hansen | September 26, 2014
Best photojournalism
 

The fragile splendor of America's largest national forest

An Alaskan photographer hikes blue glaciers and lush rainforests to capture the unique beauty of Tongass National Forest

By Sarah Eberspacher | September 25, 2014
Tongass National Park
 

A gallery walk on the wild side

A photographer chronicles Los Angeles' underground street art scene

By Sarah Eberspacher | September 22, 2014
Street art
 

The week's best photojournalism

In some of the week's most eye-catching images, firefighters take on a monster blaze, baby baboons cry out for milk, and more

By Lauren Hansen | September 19, 2014
California wildfire
 

Puppies take the plunge

These swimming newbies make quite the splash

By Sarah Eberspacher | September 17, 2014
Ginger
 

The tiny Russian village where everyone's a tightrope walker

The tradition began more than a century ago as a way to impress the ladies, according to legend

By Sarah Eberspacher and Lauren Hansen | September 15, 2014
Tightrope walker
 

The week's best photojournalism

In some of the week's most moving images, an astronaut peeks out from a spaceship, a collie keeps watch, and more

By Sarah Eberspacher and Lauren Hansen | September 12, 2014
Tiger Dance, India
 

These exquisite portraits capture life's literal and metaphorical burdens

A photographer finds art in an ancient tradition

By Lauren Hansen | September 11, 2014
How Much Can You Carry?
 

Reconstructing nature

A new book highlights architects who create whimsical and often practical structures from natural elements

By Loren Talbot | September 8, 2014
Natural Architecture Now
 

The week's best photojournalism

In some of the week's most eye-catching images, lightning streaks the sky, tourists eat with the fishes, and more

By Sarah Eberspacher and Lauren Hansen | September 5, 2014
Lightening, China
 
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Visual storytelling, explorations in photojournalism, and behind-the-lens features from photographers and artists from around the globe. Captured is curated by TheWeek.com multimedia editor Lauren Hansen and her photo editing team, who managed to stop looking at images long enough to write this bio.
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