Over just 10 days in November, Gemina Garland-Lewis photographed 42 bird species with her partner on their land in Mexico. It wasn't until recently, she writes, that birds made her "tick."
Gilkey died in 2016 while on assignment in Afghanistan. His mother, Alyda Gilkey, remembers the man behind the lens: an adventurous soul who had a way of putting his subjects at ease.
The volcano on Hawaii's Big Island began erupting more than a week ago and lava continues to flow, creating a huge new lake that's taken the place of a water lake it vaporized.
In a year overshadowed by COVID-19, the world saw plenty of other significant developments. Here are some glimpses of the protests, conflicts — and efforts at peace — that helped define 2020.
Gruen has photographed countless rock stars, including the Rolling Stones, Chuck Berry, Tina Turner and John Lennon. "For me, rock 'n' roll is all about freedom," he says.
Photojournalist Danielle Villasana shares images from 'Entitlements,' a new exhibit that showcases the resilience and perseverance of children living through war and conflict around the world.
Plus: NPR's Latino staffers share their memories of the Argentine soccer legend.
Awash in color, texture and movement, the winners of the Siena International Photo Awards offer a nostalgic glimpse of life before the pandemic.
A photojournalist chronicles the daily home life of her mother, a health care worker, in the New York City area.
Photographer Katie Hayes Luke wanted to look at the issues the drive people to cast their ballots.
When photographer Jacob Moscovitch's grandmother died in Israel earlier this year, he and his family couldn't travel because of the pandemic. Instead, he photographed his mother's grieving process.
As one of Latin America's most renowned photographers, Iturbide has spent half a century capturing the beauty of her homeland and calling for her country to reclaim its sense of pride and identity.
The bill, signed into law on Monday, came after reports surfaced of gruesome photos being shared of the helicopter crash site that killed Bryant and others.
When Argentina went into strict lockdown in March, Celeste Alonso was isolated in her home in Buenos Aires. She has been asserting what control she can over daily life, one Polaroid at a time.
Janna Ireland's photography has focused on Black life in America. Now, she turns her lens to Paul R. Williams, the first Black architect in the American West. He put good design within reach of all.