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For one week, photographer Oriol Segon Torra documented boys, ages 10 to 14, as they attended a military summer camp in Mogyoród, Hungary. The military lifestyle fascinates some. Others get dropped off by their parents, many of whom are Hungarian nationalists, so they can learn about the harsh realities of adult life.

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Hungary • Military • Oriol Segon Torra • World
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The Central African Republic is “a country where everything is broken,” Michael Zumstein says. The French-Swiss photographer arrived there in September as the country was descending into a steep spiral of sectarian violence.

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Africa • Michael Zumstein • World
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Waves from below

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As underwater photographer and avid surfer Mark Tipple can attest, the ocean has a life of its own. Through his gallery "Mare Vida," he developed a nonconventional view of what lies beneath the surface; a view not of the fish or the coral, but the unseen life of the sea.

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Australia • Mark Tipple • Ocean • World
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Photographer Brian Driscoll traveled to Egypt in 2011 to document the revolution. In the process, he connected with several young people involved in the protests. He tried to keep in contact after returning home and, through them, learned of a side of the revolution his photos had left unexposed.

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Brian Driscoll • Egypt • Portraits • World
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German photographer Fred Huning tells the narrative of his family experiencing the delivery of a stillborn child, finding love and ultimately having a healthy baby in his series “One Circle,” a purposely nonlinear book of photographs, poetry and music lyrics.

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Berlin • Family • Fred Huning • World
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Jan Sochor, a 39-year-old photographer from the Czech Republic, discovered that wheelchair rugby is more than sport for players in Colombia. It is a way for disabled men in the South American country to show how strong they are physically and mentally.

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Black-and-white • Colombia • Jan Sochor • Sports • World
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Photographer Troi Anderson traveled to Venezuela’s Sorte Mountain to document the rituals of the Maria Lionza cult. The group pays tribute to their venerated saint, Maria Lionza, and remains a mystery to scholars to this day.

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Troi Anderson • Venezuela • World
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Photographer Jessica Antola spent February traveling the Ethiopian countryside, admiring the natural beauty of the land. She was blown away by the valleys and mountains with their breathtaking views, but she was ultimately drawn to the people.

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Africa • Ethiopia • Jessica Antola • Portraits • World
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