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Depth of Field: Greta Thunberg Takes on the World 

Photographer Cristina Quicler’s picture captures the fearlessness of the teenage local weather activist. Seas rage and the land grows weak. Pollution cake the air. Fires, droughts, and outbreaks surge with a type of unsympathetic wildness. The very earth oozes an irreversible, clotting warmth. It’s agitated, ailing, and on the point …

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Depth of Field: Kamala Harris’ Opposing Truths

Photographer Justin Sullivan’s snapshot of the California senator’s marketing campaign workplace questions her final message. Symbols fail us. Living proof: Headlines this week reporting that California Senator Kamala Harris was suspending her presidential marketing campaign and, in doing so, ceding her likelihood to grow to be the primary black girl …

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Depth of Field: The Searing Colors of Santiago’s Revolution

Photographer Marcelo Hernandez’s picture pinpoints the glory and agony of Chileans’ battle for liberation. Revolution isn’t quiet. The sound of it isn’t a lot a sound as it’s an motion—a gathering tide, a firework simply as it’s about to mushroom with wild mild, a tremor gaining pressure. It’s not what …

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Depth of Field: Reality TV Drama in Congress

Because the Home of Representatives voted to begin an official impeachment inquiry, one {photograph} caught the thrill at its peak.  As TV genres go, nationwide politics within the Trump period is as on-the-nose because it will get—scrumptious instability, blatant backstabbing, legislative high-drama, and day by day presidential mood tantrums. The …

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