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8 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.

Posted on November 7, 2020, at 10:34 a.m. ET

What images did we turn to this week to inform ourselves, find hope, or soothe our election-addled brains? In this week's collection of photo stories, we start with historical images of people anxiously awaiting election results, followed by a series on some of the most moving images from Election Day before it became Election Week. After that, check out photographer Lauren Justice's portraits, illuminating how incredibly divided Wisconsin really was going into voting on Nov. 3. Then, we scoured the web for the most beautiful, interesting, and uncommon places where Americans voted. Gen Z photographers also captured first-time voters around the country ahead of the election, and they shared their reasons for voting.

Need a break from politics? We spoke with a photographer and an astronaut who teamed up to bring you a book that looks at 20 years of the International Space Station, and were soothed by a glance at life among the caretakers of Britain's small islands. And we looked at Antwaun Sargent's Just Pictures, which runs for two more weeks in St. Louis.

Don't forget to sign up for our photo newsletter, JPG. This week, we speak with Rashod Taylor about his project My America.

"This Isn't The First Time People Have Anxiously Waited For Election Returns" — BuzzFeed News

A man in a suit holds both hands up to his temples, surrounded by paper-covered walls filled with numbers describing election results
Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images

"A Moving Portrait Series Shows How Divided Wisconsin Really Is" — BuzzFeed News

On the left, a woman in a vest stands in a field; on the right, a young woman with braids and jewelry stands in front of a tree
Lauren Justice for BuzzFeed News

"Here Are The Most Powerful Photos From Election Day" — BuzzFeed News

A Black man in a blue hoodie wears a face mask that says "Vote"
Caitlin Ochs / Reuters

Andre Wilson waits in line to vote at a community center in New York, Nov. 3.


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