This week, you are May You have he heardIt is one year since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic – an entire year in which our daily lives have been disrupted in the United States. As we struggle with the anniversary and what it means, people are looking to spend more time outside with loved ones as spring arrives and more vaccinations arrive. We looked back at a year of the coronavirus pandemic and saw just how emotional the rollercoaster was. National Geographic has asked photographers from all over the world to share their ideas. Celeste Sloman It depicted a community in New Mexico whose teens were struggling with their mental health, and their suicide attempts increased, after a year of isolation from their peers.
Tara and Ray She captured a year of uncertainty with her family with her camera, while … Harry Borden He has a new book on what it means to be a single parent. For a final look at winter, please have fun Elena AnosovaPictures of people on the famous Russian lake Baikal ice. Photographer Pilar Olivares He narrated the story of Brazilian women facing intimate partner violence during lockdown, and Rocks Naqvi She learned to love her city again with her photography last year.
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