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Canned fish: poor people's food, gourmet cuisine, souvenir or just healthy fast food?
Spending time on the water pursuing fish as part of my job comes in as a close second.
Commercial fishing has been banned near the tsunami-crippled complex since the March 11, 2011 tsunami and earthquake disaster.
I am always prepared for these kind of protests before I arrive.
On one of my recent visits to the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights I bumped into a group of Israeli cowboys working their herd.
All you can say to catch their attention, you need them to look straight in to the lens of your camera.
Our relaxing day was interrupted by a huge explosion.
With its protocol and its secrets every year, it's like a commando operation to obtain my famous clap picture.
It took more than 12 hours by plane and long-distance bus to travel from Beijing to what is believed to be the last community authorized by Chinese government to keep guns.
My wife and I were just about to open some little gifts celebrating our 36th wedding anniversary May 20th when my cellphone rang.
Every trip to Wembley Stadium where football is played is a passionate affair.
Giving a face to unemployment is not an easy task.
The high point of the Pope’s visit will be the two days visiting Copacabana Beach, a place that every year sees two million revelers celebrating New Year.
I salute Dangol who left a mark on me with his courage and love for the festival.
The wedding, attended by some 25,000 people, was a massive event that was conducted like a military operation.
Miss Green is Fidel’s 1952 green Chevy, parked in his living room for the last 23 years.
I saw a player that couldn't help himself count down the last moments of his time on the pitch.
So where does the rise and charge of citizen journalist place the professional news photographer? I suspect somewhere between the white rhinoceros and the Dodo in terms of long term survival.
Sister Clara sat on the bed of a homeless “daughter” who was trying to sleep, and sang religious songs along with brother Placido and other Franciscans.
Luismi Astorga clasps his hands as he lifts his head up to the sky.