The link below is to an article (with photos) that looks at what life is like living with Ebola in West Africa.
The link below is to an article that looks at the current situation in Iraq through the camera lens – well worth a look.
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Dear, oh dear – trust me when I say I haven’t posted this story because I think it’s good.
Originally posted on Flavorwire:
A curandero is a faith healer or native shaman who treats any number of maladies, including mental and spiritual “illnesses” that are more commonly handled by a clergyperson or psychiatrist in the United States. Photographer and documentary filmmaker Scott Dalton, whose work we first saw on Beautiful Decay, has captured the life of the curandero during healing sessions and pilgrimages across Mexico and Latin America. While some faith healers rely on herbs and natural cures, others use Catholic elements, such as idols, paintings, and holy water. Dalton’s visually striking photos reveal a beauty and vulnerability shared between the curandero and the people seeking healing and guidance.
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The link below is to a link on the Guardian Australia website which contains a rolling Blog of the bushfire crisis in NSW.
The link below is to a photo gallery of the bushfires in NSW.
The link below is to an article with satellite imagery of the destruction in the war in Syria.
The link below is to an article (with photos) that looks at Japan two years on from the devastating earthquake and tsunami.
The link below is to an article that contains a number of photos/scans of newspaper articles reporting on police call outs. They demonstrate why society is so troubled these days – not.