Photojournalism Daily: Dec. 9, 2014


Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Benjamin Lowy‘s photographs from one of the world’s most prestigious show-jumping competitions, Masters Grand Slam Indoor, which held its inaugural American edition in the City of Angels in September. The work is a fascinating look at the event that drew horses from around the world – some 50 were flown in from Europe – and where the VIP stands were full of champagne-sipping and caviar-eating celebrities (Note: The pictures that capture the horses before their long-haul Transatlantic flight, were taken by Maciek Nabrdalik).

Benjamin Lowy: Flying Horses Don’t Come Cheap (ESPN)

Minzayar: China’s Expanding Middle Class Fuels Poaching, Decadence in Myanmar (National Geographic News) These photographs show how endangered animals are being sold as aphrodisiacs, traditional medicines, and gastronomic delicacies in a remote Burmese city.

Top 10 Photos of 2014 (TIME LightBox) The most influential photos of the year as selected by…

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