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The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2016 EyeEm Awards This image is from a series of portraits of shepherds in Bulgaria, and from a larger body of work that explores on the progressive disappearance of rural life in Bulgaria. The Photojournalist 2016 Finalists
The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Sewol Ferry Disaster Sewol Aftermath ANSAN, SOUTH KOREA -April 4 2015: A Sewol victim's mother bursts into tears after taking down her son's funerary portrait from the official altar in Ansan, South Korea. Around the first anniversary of the sinking, the South Korean government promulgated an enforcement decree of the Sewol special law. The decree significantly diverged from the parent law and undermined the investigative committee's ability and independence to look into the disaster. Parents of the children who died on the Sewol are outraged. They shave their heads and set out on a two-day march in protest holding their children's funerary portraits. MV Sewol sank off the southwest coast of South Korea on April 16, 2014: it claimed 304 lives, including 250 students on a school field trip. The Photojournalist 2016 Finalists
The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Shaboo faced an acid attack when she was just one month old resting on her mother’s lap. She is still unaware of the reason… the question “why?” remains unanswered. The attack killed her mother and sentenced her father to jail. Her brother was adopted by an aunt, who refused to take Shaboo in because of the stigma associated with victims of acid attacks. Shaboo was adopted by an orphanage Ashram in Mumbai, where she received the emotional and financial support to graduate college. "It is very difficult to live in an orphanage," Shaboo says. The Photojournalist 2016 Finalists
Nursing mothers interact with one another at the Maternity Ward of Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital, also known as the National Maternity Hospital, located in Sta. Cruz, Manila, Philippines. The institution, recognized by the World Health Organization as a role model for newborn care programs, has also been fondly referred to as the "Baby Factory" for the sole reason of having the highest birth rate of any hospital in the country. By having one of the most affordable hospital rates in the country (even compared to hospitals located in the provinces), the Maternity House has become a mecca for expectant mothers and would-be mothers through the years. Black & White Black And White Documentary Eye4photography  EyeEm Best Edits EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Gallery Eyeem Philippines Mother The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards The Photojournalist 2016 Finalists
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The police used capsicum spray when the scuffle broke out to separate both parties. EyeEm Melbourne NoRoomForRacism Procamera Mobilephotography IPhoneography Streetphoto_color Protest Photojournalism Reportage What We Revolt Against The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards The Photojournalist 2016 Finalists
It's our total pleasure to announce the 100 incredible finalists of The 2016 EyeEm Awards! 🌟 https://www.eyeem.com/blog/2016/07/announcing-the-2016-eyeem-awards-shortlist/ The Architect 2016 Finalists The Great Outdoors 2016 Finalists The Photojournalist 2016 Finalists  The Portraitist 2016 Finalists  The Street Photographer 2016 Finalists
Children are very unfortunate victims of natural disasters. In this case repeated flooding through the years. The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Eyeem Philippines The Photojournalist 2016 Finalists
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Indian policemen manhandle a physically disabled person while shouting slogans to press government for their demands during a protest in Srinagar on Ma 10,2016, the summer capital of Kashmir. The protesters demands included reservation in jobs, financial assistance, concession in water and electricity tariff and many other demands. The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Welcomeweekly ASIA Popular Storyteller Photooftheday Srinagar  Humanity Lost Magazine Photojournalist Hello World EyeEm Best Shots Handicapped Rights Justice Press Photography News The Photojournalist 2016 Finalists
Basketball star Michael Madanly’s gaze ambles pensively towards my lens. With houses tumbling down into large piles of dust the 16 members of Germanys’ first refugee basketball team "Souriana" had to leave their beloved Syria behind and venture into a land they have only heard by name. Madanly is also a refugee, His brother was held captive and tortured by militia until he paid the ransom. On the Eve of the arab Spring in 2011, his Family decided to leave syria and spread all over the world: California, Amsterdam, with Michael continuing his career as a professional basketball player in China, Hongkong and Libanon. The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards The Photojournalist – 2016 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Syrian Refugees Refugeeswelcome Basketball Portrait The Photojournalist 2016 Finalists