The 'Afghan Girl'. Her Iconic Photo Appeared On The Cover Of National Geographic In Her Piercing Sea-Green Eyes - Became A Symbol Both Of The Afghan Conflict & Of The Refugee Situation Worldwide. She Was Finally Found & Rephotographed In
McCurry took what is inarguably the most famous Nat Geo image ever — the 1985 cover photograph of Sharbat Gula, a. “the Afghan Girl,” a shawl draped over her head, green eyes blazing, in a refugee camp in Pakistan.
This is very sad. A well nourished Sudanese man steals Maize from a starving child during a food distribution at Medecins Sans Frontieres feeding centre at Ajiep, southern Sudan, in 1998 . some people are sickening!
"Kevin Carter’s Pulitzer Prize winning photo taken in 1994 during the Sudan famine. The picture depicts a famine stricken child being stalked by a vulture. The child is crawling towards a United Nations food camp, located a kilometer away.
The shot that nearly killed me: War photographers – a special report
Jeremiah Ward wears his makeshift shoes made of cigar boxes after he was rescued in the Ninth Ward on Aug. in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. This photo was included in the winning entry of the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography.