One year ago, we launched a weekly series called the Picture Show with a simple goal: to offer visual explorations of the world...
One year ago, we launched a weekly series called the Picture Show with a simple goal: to offer visual explorations of the world through individual lenses. The results have been astounding. Ranging from from the hilarious to the breathtaking, our weekly Picture Show installments have covered everything thing from the contents of strangers' refrigerators to white heat of an afternoon in Dubai. As the year draws to a close, we're proud to offer this look back at some of the most intriguing images of 2009.
"The Last Days of General Motors in Moraine, Ohio" by Sarina Finkelstein
"Google This" by Fillipo Minelli
"Waste Management" by Mathieu Young
"Traffic!" by Benny Chan
"Mayors Across America" by Ed Morris
"You Are What You Eat" by Mark Menjivar
"American Faith" by Christopher Churchill
"Kitintale Skate Park in Uganda" by Yann Gross
"A Quiet Heaven in Vrindavan, India" by Shane Lavalette
"The Garden" by Lucas Foglia
"Fake Holidays" by Reiner Riedler
"Violence in Tijuana" by Rodrigo Cruz
"Places of Education" by Lissa Rivera
"Visions of Fast Food" by Jon Feinstein
"500 Years" by Evan Abramson
"The Harvest" by Mathieu Young
"Inside a Colombian Prison" by Vance Jacobs
"Four Days in Dubai" by Dustin Askland
"Breach," by Richard Mosse.