A young mother and her son in Afghanistan.

A young mother and her son in Afghanistan. This image, by Paula Bronstein (@pbbphoto), is from her new book, “Afghanistan: Between Hope and Fear,” which debuted at this week’s 28th Visa Pour l’Image photojournalism festival. The annual festival, held in the town of Perpignan, in Southern France, brings together photographers, editors, and other photography enthusiasts to celebrate today’s best photojournalism. “Having my first book launch at Perpignan is really important,” says Paula. “My peers are here, I love the energy and the positive feedback.” – @pbbphoto In her project, Paula, one of the world’s leading female photojournalists, presents a powerful portrayal of daily life in war-torn Afghanistan, offering the most complete visual narrative history of this pivotal Middle East country currently in print. #visapourlimage #visapourlimage2016

A young mother and her son in Afghanistan. This…

A young mother and her son in Afghanistan. This image, by Paula Bronstein (@pbbphoto), is from her new book, “Afghanistan: Between Hope and Fear,” which debuted at this week’s 28th Visa Pour l’Image photojournalism festival. The annual festival, held in the town of Perpignan, in Southern France, brings together photographers, editors, and other photography enthusiasts to celebrate today’s best photojournalism. “Having my first book launch at Perpignan is really important,” says Paula. “My peers are here, I love the energy and the positive feedback.” – @pbbphoto In her project, Paula, one of the world’s leading female photojournalists, presents a powerful portrayal of daily life in war-torn Afghanistan, offering the most complete visual…Read More


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