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Photojournalist Bullit Marquez’s job leads him toward situations that most people would flee. The Associated Press photographer has been covering the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. He’s covered devastation before. But this story is more difficult for Marquez because he’s Filipino.

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Bullit Marquez • Natural Disasters • Philippines • Weather • World
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As the one-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy approaches, there are many who still remain weathered by the storm. For photographer Timothy Briner, it became increasingly clear that the aftermath of Sandy was just as much about salvation to the people who endured it as the storm itself.

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Black-and-white • Hurricane Sandy • Natural Disasters • Timothy Briner • U.S. • Weather

When his father put an old Argus rangefinder in his hands at 17, Mitch Dobrowner’s life changed. Already the owner of two Corvettes and a Harley, bought with money earned from a job at a gas station, teenage Mitch was showing signs of a wild streak his father worried might lead to trouble.

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Black-and-white • Mitch Dobrowner • Weather
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The majority of glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau are shrinking rapidly, according to a comprehensive study published this year. Photographer Sean Gallagher recently visited the region to document how rising temperatures have affected the vulnerable communities and ecosystems on “the roof of the world.”

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China • Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting • Sean Gallagher • Tibet • Weather • World

Camille Seaman is known for her dramatic images of icebergs that reveal the beauty of these ancient yet threatened objects. Since 2008, she has focused on producing powerful images of storm clouds brewing throughout the Midwest, in what she considers an extension of her iceberg work.

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Camille Seaman • Landscapes • U.S. • Weather

Before the movie “Twister,” before the Discovery Channel started running specials on storm chasers, before the channel even existed, Jim Reed was fascinated with weather. He has been photographing the weather for 21 years, but it all started when he was a kid growing up in Illinois.

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Jim Reed • U.S. • Weather
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