10 Photo Stories That Will Challenge Your View Of The World

This week, you may have heard, marks one year since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic – a whole year that our daily lives in the United States have been disrupted. As we struggle with the anniversary and what it means, people are looking forward to spending more time outside with their loved ones as spring arrives and more vaccinations. We looked back at a year of the Koran virus pandemic and saw how emotional the roller coaster was. National Geographic asked photographers from around the world to share their thoughts. Celeste Sloman photographed a community in New Mexico whose teens were struggling with their mental health, and were on the rise in suicide attempts, after a year of isolation from their peers.

Tara Wray has recorded a year of uncertainty with her family with her camera, while Harry Borden has a new book on what it means to be a single dad. For one last look at winter, enjoy photos of Elena Anosova with people on the ice of Russia’s famous Lake Baikal. Photographer Pilar Olivares told the story of Brazilian women experiencing partner violence, and Ruxx Naqvi learned to love her hometown of photography again last year.

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