9 Photo Stories That Will Challenge Your View Of The World

Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet.

The news this week has felt unusually heavy, although it can be hard to tell these days. Two new books by Elliot Ross and Jean-Francois Bouchard got us thinking about the state of our society and how it perpetuates hurt through xenophobia and gun violence. California Sunday Magazine takes a deep dive into the difficulties of being pregnant in El Salvador; while the photos are beautiful, the reality that they depict is definitely not.

If you're looking for a smile, Jon Enoch explores the creative ways that people use mopeds in Vietnam. Vogue celebrates all things camp with its fun roundup of the Met Gala. Not to be outdone, Celeste Sloman with the New York Times shows off some serious portrait skills depicting all the Tony nominees, and Reuters brings us into the world of K-pop hopefuls. Matika Wilbur's life work of documenting each and every tribe in North America is also not to be missed.

These are some of the photo stories from across the internet that caught our eye and kept us thinking.

“13 Photos Show What It's Like to Live in the Shadow of the Wall” —BuzzFeed News

“Expecting in El Salvador” —the California Sunday Magazine

“Inside One Woman's Journey to Photograph Every Single Tribe” —Elle

“Met Gala 2019” —Vogue

“In Guns We Trust” —British Journal of Photography

“28 Portraits of This Year’s Tony Nominees” —the New York Times

“K-Pop stardom lures Japanese youth to Korea despite diplomatic chill” —Reuters

“Seeing Mid-Century America Through the Eyes of Bruce Davidson” —Another Mag

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