PDN Photo of the Day

All Posts in August 2018

© Amber Bracken
Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service (NAPS) constable Charlie Chapman in Sachigo Lake First Nation, Ontario on Tuesday, May 22, 2018. NAPS is the largest Canadian First Nation Police force and is getting 79 new officers in the next five years and upgrading inadequate infrastructure and tools after the federal government announced $291.2 million for policing in First Nation and Inuit communities. © Amber Bracken

Amber Bracken: The Hardships of First Nations Poli...

August 24, 2018 Documentary/Photojournalism
© Sofia Jaramillo
Wildfire smoke fills the sky as herding dogs wrangle sheep in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest near Cle Elum, Wash. The dogs work with shepherds who are part of the last large-scale sheepherding operation allowed on forest land in Washington state. © Sofia Jaramillo

Thirty Photographers Due to be Illuminated

August 23, 2018 Documentary/Photojournalism
© Ryo Minemizu
Batesian mimicry, larval fish of Soleichthys. © Ryo Minemizu from the Canon Marketing Japan touring exhibition traveling to Canon Gallery Ginza Tokyo (August 20-29), Canon Gallery Nagoya (September 6-12), Canon Gallery Osaka (September 20-26).

Diamonds in the Dark Sea

August 20, 2018 Science/Nature
© Jacobia Dahm
Isabel, 32, Dublin: Voting Yes. I’m voting Yes because from reading and listening to women’s stories, I think the situation as it is now is causing suffering and adding trauma to already difficult situations. I’ve done some campaigning and I know there are a lot of undecided people who are genuinely torn. It’s not an easy issue at all but I think it’s something the country has to face up to. © Jacobia Dahm

Photographing the High Stakes of Ireland’s Abortio...

August 17, 2018 Portraits/Portraiture
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