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The week's best photojournalism

In some of the week's most memorable photos, Coast Guard members set off searing flares, Pakistani students pray for their fallen peers, and more

By Sarah Eberspacher and Lauren Hansen | December 19, 2014
Best photojournalism flares
 

One girl's extraordinarily wild world

Over two decades, a mother photographs her daughter with a parade of exquisite animals

By Lauren Hansen | December 18, 2014
Robin Schwartz, Lorenzo, 2011, from Amelia and the Animals (Aperture, 2014)
 

Earth's unspoiled glory

A new exhibition by photographer Sebastiáo Salgado explores Earth's last untouched regions

By Loren Talbot | December 15, 2014
Genesis show
 

The week's best photojournalism

In some of the week's most stunning images, a surfer rides a monster wave, a chimpanzee carries away his Christmas present, and more

By Sarah Eberspacher and Lauren Hansen | December 12, 2014
Best photojournalism, China
 

Bronx Boys: Coming of age in New York's roughest borough

Stephen Shames turns two decades of photographs into a moving collection

By Sarah Eberspacher | December 11, 2014
Bronx Boys
 

Argentina's outlaw saints

During dire economic times, the country's Catholics are turning to flawed "saints of the poor"

By Sarah Eberspacher | December 8, 2014
Argentinian saints
 

The week's best photojournalism

In some of the week's most memorable images, a boy releases doves during a memorial, a competitor chucks a Christmas tree, and more

By Lauren Hansen and Sarah Eberspacher | December 5, 2014
Best photojournalism doves
 

Catch of the day

A Michigan native explores Maryland's crabbing culture

By Sarah Eberspacher | December 4, 2014
Catch of the Day
 

Healing self-esteem with style

An in-demand hair stylist creates wigs for Chilean girls who have lost their locks during chemotherapy

By Sarah Eberspacher | December 2, 2014
Wig captured
 

The week's best photojournalism

In some of the week's most striking images, New York's snow melts in a rush, a skater twirls across a rink, and more

By Lauren Hansen and Sarah Eberspacher | November 28, 2014
Monks
 

These vintage Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons offer a delightful glimpse into pop culture past

Read up on the quaint and curious stories behind Captain Nemo, Felix the Cat, and more

By Sarah Eberspacher | November 27, 2014
Thanksgiving parade, early 20th century
 

Switzerland's big cheese

A generations-old family business in Gruyères churns out the town's eponymous dairy offering

By Sarah Eberspacher | November 25, 2014
Gruyere cheese making
 
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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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