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Photos: Deadly Flooding in Japan (23 photos)

Days of torrential rainfall in central Japan have led to extensive flooding and mudslides, leaving as many as 58 people dead so far. Rivers that overflowed their banks have swept away bridges and roads, cutting off communities and making it difficult for rescue workers to reach many areas. Emergency crews are now working against the clock, trying to find people who may still be trapped.

An aerial view shows damage after flooding caused by torrential rain, in Kumamura, Kumamoto prefecture, Japan, on July 8, 2020. ( Kim Kyung-Hoon / Reuters)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 9 Jul 2020 | 6:17 am(NZT)

The Colorful Blooms of Castelluccio, Italy (14 photos)

In central Italy, the small village of Castelluccio sits atop a hill overlooking the Piano Grandea broad basin surrounded by the Sibillini Mountains—where fields of lentils and poppies bloom every year, carpeting the landscape with a colorful quilt of blossoming flowers. Every summer the phenomenon is viewed by thousands of tourists, and this year, the photographers Antonio Masiello and Tiziana Fabi visited the fields, sending back these photos.

A view of fields of blooming lentils and poppies during their annual blossom, on July 3, 2020, in Castelluccio, Italy. Castelluccio is a small village in the Umbria region where prized lentils are grown. Damage is still visible in the village, affected by an earthquake in October of 2016. ( Antonio Masiello / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 8 Jul 2020 | 5:32 am(NZT)

New Mexico: Images of the Land of Enchantment (34 photos)

New Mexico is the fifth-largest state by area and is sparsely populated, with nearly half of the state’s 2.1 million residents living in the Albuquerque metropolitan area. Below are a few glimpses of the diverse geography and history of New Mexico and some of the wildlife and people calling it home.

This photo story is part of Fifty, a collection of images from each of the United States.

Shiprock, the remnant of an ancient volcano, rises more than 1,500 feet above the surrounding land in the Navajo Nation in New Mexico's San Juan County. ( David Clapp / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 6 Jul 2020 | 5:19 am(NZT)

Photos of the Week: Pride Lights, Paddy Day, Grizzly Swim (35 photos)

A new waterslide in the Czech Republic, a cat on the Algerian waterfront, scuffles in Taiwan’s legislature, a grotto reopening in Italy, a building collapse in Brooklyn, burying a coronavirus victim in Russia, a model village in England, a wildfire in Colorado, and much more

A Palestinian girl attends a Quran-memorization class while respecting social-distancing rules at a mosque in Gaza City on June 29, 2020. ( Mahmud Hams / AFP / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 3 Jul 2020 | 4:30 pm(NZT)

The Statues Brought Down Since the George Floyd Protests Began (27 photos)

In the widespread protests that followed the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police on May 25, statues of and memorials to Confederate soldiers and generals were vandalized or torn down. Some of the many statues of Christopher Columbus were targeted as well, as voices rose against historic and systemic racism and oppression. State and local governments then began acting to remove even more Confederate statues from public places. Collected below, images of just some of the dozens of statues that have been toppled, defaced, or slated for removal across the United States over the past month.

Work crews prepare to remove the statue of Confederate General Stonewall Jackson in Richmond, Virginia, on July 1, 2020. Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney ordered the immediate removal of all Confederate statues in the city, saying he was using his emergency powers to speed up the healing process for the former capital of the Confederacy amid weeks of protests over police brutality and racial injustice. ( Steve Helber / AP)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 3 Jul 2020 | 5:01 am(NZT)



Photos: The Locust Swarms of 2020 (18 photos)

Throughout the year, parts of East Africa have been suffering record-setting waves of locust swarms. In the past few months, even more swarms have dramatically struck parts of Yemen, Pakistan, and India. Farmers and communities are fearful of the damage to crops and rangeland, harming income and food supplies, all while dealing with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Some of the swarms are the largest seen in several decades, and international efforts are being coordinated to combat the multiple swarms. Below are images from hard-hit areas in Kenya, Pakistan, India, Nepal, and Yemen, taken over recent months.

Farmers try to scare away a swarm of locusts from a field on the outskirts of Sukkur in the southern Sindh province of Pakistan, on July 1, 2020. ( Shahid Ali / AFP / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 2 Jul 2020 | 5:59 am(NZT)

Scenes From Antarctica (27 photos)

Antarctica is currently approaching the coldest months of its long winter, and the previous summer’s activities have mostly wrapped up. Collected below are recent images of the Antarctic landscape, wildlife, and research facilities, as well as some of the work taking place there.

People head toward the shore in a Zodiac on the Antarctic Peninsula in February 2020. ( Michelle Sole / Shutterstock)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 1 Jul 2020 | 6:25 am(NZT)

Maine: Images of the Pine Tree State (33 photos)

Although Maine is the largest of the New England states, it is still relatively small—ranking 39th in area. It remains a state with a low population density, at just about 1.3 million residents, mostly living near the southern coast. From its wooded interior to its rocky shoreline, here are a few glimpses of the landscape of Maine and some of the wildlife and people calling it home.

This photo story is part of Fifty, a collection of images from each of the United States.

Portland Head Light stands in Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. The original light was built in 1791, making this the oldest lighthouse in Maine. ( Denis Tangney Jr. / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 29 Jun 2020 | 3:42 am(NZT)

Photos of the Week: Yoga Dome, Iron Lady, Speedo Mick (35 photos)

Mountaintop yoga in China, a sunrise over Glastonbury Tor, a solstice fire in Lithuania, a baby hippo in France, a sneaky gull in Denmark, a field of lavender in England, statues pulled down in the United States, “Rays of Victory” in Russia, a concert for plants in Spain, a ski run in Australia, and much more

A photo shows an image of the character Mr. Bean made of different varieties of rice, planted in a paddy in Shenyang in China's northeastern Liaoning province, on June 24, 2019. ( AFP / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 26 Jun 2020 | 4:30 pm(NZT)

Coronavirus: Thousands of Burials Across Latin America (26 photos)

Responses to the coronavirus pandemic have differed widely from country to country. Experts from the World Health Organization recently warned that the number of cases is now soaring in larger countries, with “worrying increases” developing in Latin America, with “a jump in cases in Chile, Argentina, Colombia, Panama, Bolivia and Guatemala.” Brazil has now passed more than 1 million recorded cases, with more than 52,700 deaths attributed to the virus so far. The increased number of infections and deaths have led to a significant increase in burials and cremations. Workers at coffin factories, crematoriums, funeral homes, and cemeteries have been taking on extra work for months now, helping the thousands of grieving families who have lost loved ones in this pandemic. Below are images of some of the many burials of COVID-19 victims across Latin America over the past few weeks.

Chalco cemetery workers wear protective equipment against COVID-19 as they bury the deceased on June 7, 2020 in Mexico City, Mexico. ( Cristopher Rogel Blanquet / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 25 Jun 2020 | 6:36 am(NZT)



A Solstice ‘Ring of Fire’ Solar Eclipse (16 photos)

Yesterday, the moon crossed in front of the sun in an annular solar eclipse, as seen by residents across broad sections of Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. A “ring of fire” was visible in the sky above the zone of totality, as the moon appeared slightly smaller than the sun. Photographers in several countries documented the phenomenon—one of only two solar eclipses taking place this year—and some of its many observers.

A crow stands on a roof as a partial solar eclipse is observed in Nairobi, Kenya, on June 21, 2020. ( Baz Ratner / Reuters)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 23 Jun 2020 | 5:49 am(NZT)

Iowa: Images of the Hawkeye State (33 photos)

More than 85 percent of the land in Iowa is dedicated to agricultural use, divided up among more than 86,500 farms. More than 3.1 million residents live and work in the state, on its farms and in its cities. Below are a few glimpses of the landscape of Iowa and some of the wildlife and people calling it home.

This photo story is part of Fifty, a collection of images from each of the United States.

A barn painted with the U.S. flag stands in a snow-covered field in Kanawha, Iowa, on January 16, 2016. ( Jim Young / Reuters)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 22 Jun 2020 | 3:00 am(NZT)

Photos of the Week: Soccer Zoom, Wading Elk, Global Rainbow (35 photos)

Continued burials of coronavirus victims in Chile, dinosaur art in Shanghai, an outdoor town meeting in Massachusetts, ongoing protests against police brutality and systemic racism worldwide, workout pods in California, the phased reopening of Grand Teton National Park, a horse named Mr. Glitter Sparkles in England, the Skyline Drive-In in Brooklyn, the removal of a Confederate statue in Houston, and much more

Joella Roberts, 22, of Washington, D.C., who is a recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and is originally from Trinidad and Tobago, poses for a portrait, on June 12, 2020, before leading a protest near the White House over the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. Roberts, who founded her own nonprofit, called Migration Matters, spoke to people visiting the site of protests about immigration and racism. ( Jacquelyn Martin / AP)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 19 Jun 2020 | 4:30 pm(NZT)

The Birds of Turkey’s Lake Van (27 photos)

Turkey’s Lake Van basin is home to hundreds of bird species throughout the year, both resident and migratory. Lake Van is the largest body of water in Turkey and has protected wetlands set aside for wildlife. Photographers with the Anadolu Agency have documented quite a few of these fine-feathered creatures in and around this lake in recent years, and I’ve collected a few of their images below.

Storks stand silhouetted against the full moon in their nest on a power pole near Lake Van in Turkey's Van province on September 5, 2017. ( Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 19 Jun 2020 | 4:47 am(NZT)

Cautious Reopenings Across Europe (32 photos)

Over the past few weeks, governments across Europe have been slowly easing coronavirus lockdown restrictions—some moving in phases, others more quickly. Nonessential businesses, churches, museums, and more public places are being allowed to host visitors once again, with new rules in place to enforce smaller crowd sizes and proper social distancing. Collected below are images from across Europe over the past two weeks, as different countries emerge from months of pandemic lockdown.

A woman and a child buy a treat from a "Mr. Whippy" ice-cream van as sea mist blows across the beach in Southport, England, on June 15, 2020. The British government has relaxed coronavirus lockdown laws significantly, allowing zoos, safari parks, and nonessential shops to open to visitors. Places of worship will allow individual prayers, and protective face masks will become mandatory on across London's transportation system. ( Anthony Devlin / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 17 Jun 2020 | 6:15 am(NZT)

Delaware: Images of the First State (28 photos)

Fewer than 1 million people live in Delaware, the second-smallest state in America by area. The region is primarily coastal: The state’s entire eastern border is formed by the Delaware River and Delaware Bay. Below are a few glimpses of the landscape of Delaware and some of the wildlife and people calling it home.

This photo story is part of Fifty, a collection of images from each of the United States.

The silhouette of Delaware Breakwater East End Light, photographed at sunset from Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes, Delaware ( Khairil Azhar Junos / Shutterstock)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 15 Jun 2020 | 3:58 am(NZT)

Photos of the Week: Monastery Move, Desert Ride, Backpack Pup (35 photos)

Rhythmic gymnastics on a British seashore, anti-racism protests across the United States, the funeral procession of George Floyd in Houston, a defaced statue of King Leopold II in Brussels, a moment of silence at the Atlanta Motor Speedway, a wildfire in California, idled elephants in Thailand, a sea turtle release in Bali, and much more

A statue depicting Christopher Columbus is seen with its head removed at Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park on June 10, 2020, in Boston, Massachusetts. The statue was beheaded overnight and is scheduled to be removed by the City of Boston. ( Tim Bradbury / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 12 Jun 2020 | 4:30 pm(NZT)

Coronavirus: Health Care in Brazil’s River Communities (21 photos)

Brazil has reported more than 775,000 cases of the new coronavirus and has attributed more than 39,800 deaths to the disease so far, with daily death tolls continuing to climb in recent days—as many as 1,200 per day. While President Jair Bolsonaro has tried to downplay the threat, local authorities and communities are working hard to slow the spread of the virus, as well as to treat those affected. Tarso Sarraf, a photographer working for Agence France-Presse, recently traveled with health-care workers attending to the residents of small river communities and larger towns in Marajo Island, at the mouth of the Amazon River, in Brazil’s Para state.

Health-care workers from the city of Melgaco ride a boat ambulance on their way back from visiting eight families that live without electricity in a small riverside community, amid concern over the spread of the coronavirus, in the southwest of Marajo Island, Brazil, on June 9, 2020. ( Tarso Sarraf / AFP / Getty)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 12 Jun 2020 | 6:31 am(NZT)

Images From a Worldwide Protest Movement (34 photos)

Over the weekend, demonstrations took place around the world, with thousands of people outside the United States marching to show solidarity with American protests over the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. In many places, marchers also voiced their anger about systemic racism and police brutality within their own countries. Gathered below are images from the past 48 hours in Sweden, England, Japan, Brazil, Spain, Senegal, Denmark, Scotland, South Korea, Belgium, Hungary, Italy, Australia, Poland, Turkey, France, Switzerland, Portugal, Canada, and Germany. Be sure to also read “The Enormous Scale of This Movement” by our own Elaine Godfrey.

Thousands of people demonstrate in Cologne, Germany, on June 6, 2020, to protest against racism and the recent killing of George Floyd by police officers in Minneapolis. ( Martin Meissner / AP)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 9 Jun 2020 | 5:06 am(NZT)

Alabama: Images of the Yellowhammer State (33 photos)

Nearly 5 million people live in Alabama, which takes its nickname from its state bird, the yellowhammer. The terrain of Alabama ranges from mountains in the north, to rolling hills and gentle plains sloping toward Mobile and the Gulf Coast in the southwest. Below are a few glimpses of the landscape of Alabama and some of the wildlife and people calling it home.

This photo story is part of Fifty, a collection of images from each of the United States.

A view from the Rock Garden on Cheaha Mountain in Cheaha State Park. Cheaha Mountain is the highest point in Alabama, reaching an elevation of 2,413 feet (735 meters). ( Jeffrey M. Frank / Shutterstock)

Source: The Atlantic Photo | 8 Jun 2020 | 5:43 am(NZT)











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