In Sight: ‘War can feel distant at times like that, but it can also feel never-ending’: Ashley Gilbertson’s photographs of bombing sites in Nigeria

One photographer’s view of President Trump’s first 100 days; These photos show life for displaced typhoon victims forced into the sex trade; Out of the Ordinary; In case you missed it: What life is like in this Canadian town known for its suicide epidemic; The thrill of the fox hunt — in a land barely touched by time;
 
In Sight
A curated view of your world in photographs
 
 
‘War can feel distant at times like that, but it can also feel never-ending’: Ashley Gilbertson’s photographs of bombing sites in Nigeria
The insurgent group Boko Haram has increasingly victimized children as suicide bombers. Ashley Gilbertson traveled to sites of these bombings to photograph the daily life that is disrupted by these tragedies.
One photographer’s view of President Trump’s first 100 days
A collection of images from inside the Trump presidency by photographer Jabin Botsford.
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These photos show life for displaced typhoon victims forced into the sex trade
Photographer Hannah Reyes Morales’s intimate images of women and girls in the Filipino sex industry.
 
Out of the Ordinary
For Vetements and other fashion labels, the banal is beautiful.
 
In Case You Missed It
What life is like in this Canadian town known for its suicide epidemic
Photographer David Maurice Smith offers a nuanced view of Attawapiskat, Canada. The town in northern Ontario has in recent years been plagued by a suicide epidemic and a housing crisis.
 
The thrill of the fox hunt — in a land barely touched by time
Washington Post photographer Jonathan Newton followed a fox-hunt through fields and farms in picturesque southern Pennsylvania.
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