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"Security instability and environmental change around #LakeChad have created one of the world’s greatest development challenges.” #humanrightsday #ShotoniPhone by Malin F. @malinfezehai with @undp #unitednations . This year marks 10 years of the Boko Haram insurgency that has displaced nearly 2.5 million people in the Lake Chad Basin. Check out Stories to see Malin's journey.
"A day of celebration for many is a day of mourning for some. We stand resilient, our ancestors watching. How can we honor our relationship with each other, all living things, and ourselves? I think that's where we start as a society, acknowledgment." #thanksgiving #ShotoniPhone by Josue R. @josue_foto
Showcase 27: #TheMiniSeries Favorites from last week's Community Brief - 1. Tanja T. @layanagram - 2. Astrid R. @catching_a_smile - 3. Ali A. @ali .aljaberx - 4. Ole B. @k .no.95 - 5. Emilia K. @emilia____photographe - 6. Meshari A.A. @meshari_d - 7. Ahady R. @huxsterized - 8. Emma W. @emmafwright - 9. Veronika D. @nikad_photo
Commissioned by Apple. "Gauchos are the backbone of agriculture in Argentina. Female gauchos have existed since the culture was born. Julia, the hero of our story, is the perfect example of how gaucho women lead a community, starting with their families." #fiestadelatradicion #ShotoniPhone by Marco V. @marcovernaschi Check IGTV for more.
Commissioned by Apple. “If I walk through Berlin today, I don’t always know if I’m in the East or West. Thirty years after the fall of the Wall, there are still scars. But the world is dynamic. Nothing is really permanent.” #ShotoniPhone by Martin U W. @martinuwaltz . On the 9th of November 1989 the #BerlinWall fell. Thirty years later Martin walked the route to capture a city reunited. 1. On 9 Nov 1989, Berliners from East and West gathered together to tear down the Wall. The city has since been transformed by reunification, but the memory of the Wall remains. — 2. The once impenetrable line of the Wall is now crossed thousands of times a day in both directions. — 3. The line of the Wall runs through buildings, streets, lakes, and parks. Often people don’t know they’re crossing the border that once divided the city. — 4. The iconic Brandenburger Tor became one of many rallying points on the night of the ‘Mauerfall.’ Spaces and structures once walled off to the public allowed free passage once more. — 5. In many places the structure of the Wall is now reduced to a faded line of bricks. — 6. The fall of the Wall led to a new Germany. Across the city, at places like Potsdamer Platz, East and West Berliners now meet freely and in peace.
Commissioned by Apple. "People love collections for different reasons, whether it’s nostalgia or enthusiasm for an object. When shooting laydown photography, the curation of color - the object and the background - is a really big deal." #laydown #ShotoniPhone by Jim G. @jimgolden . Check IGTV for the full story.