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Manu National Park | Photographer: Charlie Hamilton James

Manu National Park | Photographer: Charlie Hamilton James | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it

Manu was my second story for the year long National Geographic series on National Parks. Remote and inaccessible, Manu ranges from the Peruvian Andes down into lowland rainforest and is the world's most bio-diverse national park. The subject of the coverage however was predominantly Manu's indigenous people. I spent weeks inside the park living with the Machiguenga in the communities of Yomibato and Tayakome. The lead image was one of Yoina (age 9) with her pet saddleback tamarin on her head. Many of the people I met on the assignment had only come into 'contact' days before I shot their portraits (at left and others similar in the gallery). Manu was a passion project as I have been visiting it for over twenty years.


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Sonia Natalia Cogollo Ospina's curator insight, June 14, 8:07 AM
Foto de una indígena del parque Nacional del Manu (Perú)
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Iconic photo of Afghan girl almost wasn’t published | Video on TODAY.com

Iconic photo of Afghan girl almost wasn’t published | Video on TODAY.com | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it

Vidéo about Steve McCurry. Photographer Steve McCurry is known for his dramatic pictures, but the most famous shot he’s ever taken, a striking image of an Afghan girl, almost never got seen.


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Historias detrás de las fotografías en un libro del escritor Steve McCurry como por ejemplo la tan conocida de la chica Afgana de ojos claros.

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Lighted Path's curator insight, December 13, 2013 9:48 PM

The story behind the image of the iconic Afghan girl and the photographer who took the shot.

Michel Prisca's curator insight, December 16, 2013 12:46 PM

do I remember this Picture from the national geograpic Magazine??