This week, you Can There is I heardCOVID-19 has been identified as one year after it was declared an epidemic – a full year that has disrupted our daily lives in the United States. As we jump into the anniversaries and what it means, people are looking forward to spending more time outside with loved ones as spring and more vaccines arrive. We looked back a year after the coronavirus epidemic and saw how sensitive a roller coaster it was. National Geographic has asked photographers around the world to share their images. Celseti Sloman He photographed a community in New Mexico whose teens were struggling with their mental health and who attempted suicide a year after being separated from their peers.
They wire He faced a year of uncertainty with his family on camera while Harry Borden There is a new book on what it means to be a single parent. To see the end of winter, please enjoy Elena AnsovaPictures of people on the ice of Russia’s famous Baikal Lake. Photographer Pillar Olivers Brazilian women told the story of intimate partner violence in lockdown and Rooks Nokvi He learned to love her again by photographing this city last year.
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