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.

This week, we watched as yet another refugee crisis unfolded in front of our eyes. We looked at photos of people fleeing Kyiv, what the mass exodus looked like in its first week as 500,000 refugees leave the country, and a rare before-and-after look at how the Russian bombings have transformed city streets.

Elsewhere in Europe, Daniel Nilsson took surreal photographs of Swedes working from home in the strangest of states, and François Brunelle has photographed doppelgängers for years and shared the photos with Musée. In the states, Mardi Gras happened last Tuesday in New Orleans after being postponed for the coronavirus, and Justin Hardiman looked at how Black riders are reclaiming their place in rodeo culture. Bruce Haley's new book looks at the tough life working the land in rural California. For more photo stories from around the internet, sign up for our newsletter.

"Dramatic Photos Show What The Ongoing Battle For Kyiv Looks Like" — BuzzFeed News

"These Photos Show What It's Like For 500,000 Ukrainians Fleeing Russia's Invasion" — BuzzFeed News

"Surreal images celebrate the sometimes absurd nature of working from home" — Washington Post

"These Before/After Photos Show The Scale Of Destruction In Ukraine" — BuzzFeed News

"Not their first rodeo: How Black riders are reclaiming their place in cowboy culture" — NPR

"Extremely Fun Photos Show How Mardi Gras Is Back After A Pandemic Hiatus" — BuzzFeed News

"Frozen assets: braving the elements in rural California – in pictures" — The Guardian

"Feature: François Brunelle - I'M NOT A LOOK ALIKE" — Musée

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