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USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4Z
June 29, 2021
Katie Willi, left, and Megan Sears, right, both with the United States Forest Service, collect a water...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
Katie Willi, left, and Megan Sears, right, both with the United States Forest Service, collect a water...
Katie Willi, left, and Megan Sears, right, both with the United States Forest Service, collect a water sample from a tributary to the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 29, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4E
June 29, 2021
Workers with the Larimer County Conservation Corps load sod logs, used for erosion control, into the...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
Workers with the Larimer County Conservation Corps load sod logs, used for erosion control, into the...
Workers with the Larimer County Conservation Corps load sod logs, used for erosion control, into the back of a work truck near the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 29, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4B
June 29, 2021
New vegetation, barren soil and burnt trees are pictured inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
New vegetation, barren soil and burnt trees are pictured inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west...
New vegetation, barren soil and burnt trees are pictured inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 29, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA49
June 29, 2021
Katie Willi, Megan Sears and Ian Lilya, all with the United States Forest Service, collect water quality...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
Katie Willi, Megan Sears and Ian Lilya, all with the United States Forest Service, collect water quality...
Katie Willi, Megan Sears and Ian Lilya, all with the United States Forest Service, collect water quality data along a tributary to the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 29, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA48
June 29, 2021
Debris, sediment and ash floats down a tributary of the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
Debris, sediment and ash floats down a tributary of the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn...
Debris, sediment and ash floats down a tributary of the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 29, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA47
June 29, 2021
Megan Sears, a field technician with the United States Forest Service, collects a water sample from a...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
Megan Sears, a field technician with the United States Forest Service, collects a water sample from a...
Megan Sears, a field technician with the United States Forest Service, collects a water sample from a tributary to the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 29, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA46
June 29, 2021
A burnt tree lays across a tributary to the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar while...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
A burnt tree lays across a tributary to the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar while...
A burnt tree lays across a tributary to the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar while Katie Willi, Megan Sears and Ian Lilya, all with the United States Forest Service, collect water quality data west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 29, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA44
June 29, 2021
Megan Sears, Katie Willi, and Ian Lilya, all with the United States Forest Service, walk past a section...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
Megan Sears, Katie Willi, and Ian Lilya, all with the United States Forest Service, walk past a section...
Megan Sears, Katie Willi, and Ian Lilya, all with the United States Forest Service, walk past a section of the Cameron Peak fire burn scar near the Poudre River west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 29, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA40
June 29, 2021
Megan Sears, in river, and Katie Willi, behind shrubs, both with the United States Forest Service, collect...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
Megan Sears, in river, and Katie Willi, behind shrubs, both with the United States Forest Service, collect...
Megan Sears, in river, and Katie Willi, behind shrubs, both with the United States Forest Service, collect data and water samples along a tributary to the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 29, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA3Z
June 29, 2021
Ian Lilya, a field technician with the United States Forest Service, prepares to collect a water sample...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
Ian Lilya, a field technician with the United States Forest Service, prepares to collect a water sample...
Ian Lilya, a field technician with the United States Forest Service, prepares to collect a water sample along a tributary to the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 29, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA3R
June 29, 2021
The high water mark and the remains of burnt trees and pine needles are pictured along a tributary to...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
The high water mark and the remains of burnt trees and pine needles are pictured along a tributary to...
The high water mark and the remains of burnt trees and pine needles are pictured along a tributary to the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 29, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA55
June 04, 2021
A bicyclist is reflected in a broken glass mural, shaped like the nearby Poudre River, while riding through...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
A bicyclist is reflected in a broken glass mural, shaped like the nearby Poudre River, while riding through...
A bicyclist is reflected in a broken glass mural, shaped like the nearby Poudre River, while riding through Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 4, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 4, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA53
June 04, 2021
Two boats makes their way across Horsetooth Reservoir, the main supply of drinking water for the city...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
Two boats makes their way across Horsetooth Reservoir, the main supply of drinking water for the city...
Two boats makes their way across Horsetooth Reservoir, the main supply of drinking water for the city of Fort Collins, west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 4, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 4, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA51
June 04, 2021
Burnt paneling and windows are seen on the side of an outhouse at a campground along the Poudre River...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
Burnt paneling and windows are seen on the side of an outhouse at a campground along the Poudre River...
Burnt paneling and windows are seen on the side of an outhouse at a campground along the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4Y
June 04, 2021
Burnt trees stand inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3,...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
Burnt trees inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins
Burnt trees stand inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4X
June 04, 2021
High and muddy waters, filled with sediment, ash and debris, flow through the Poudre River below the...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
High and muddy waters, filled with sediment, ash and debris, flow through the Poudre River below the...
High and muddy waters, filled with sediment, ash and debris, flow through the Poudre River below the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4W
June 04, 2021
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar reaches the shoreline of Chambers Lake, at the headwaters of the Cache...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar reaches the shoreline of Chambers Lake, at the headwaters of the Cache...
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar reaches the shoreline of Chambers Lake, at the headwaters of the Cache la Poudre River, west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4T
June 04, 2021
A section of burnt forest is pictured near Chambers Lake, at the headwaters of the Poudre River, inside...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
A section of burnt forest is pictured near Chambers Lake, at the headwaters of the Poudre River, inside...
A section of burnt forest is pictured near Chambers Lake, at the headwaters of the Poudre River, inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4O
June 04, 2021
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar meets the Poudre River west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3,...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar meets the Poudre River west of Fort Collins
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar meets the Poudre River west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4H
June 04, 2021
A boat makes its way across Horsetooth Reservoir, the main supply of drinking water for the city of Fort...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
A boat makes its way across Horsetooth Reservoir, the main supply of drinking water for the city of Fort...
A boat makes its way across Horsetooth Reservoir, the main supply of drinking water for the city of Fort Collins, west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 4, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 4, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4D
June 04, 2021
A surfer floats down the Poudre River while riding at the Poudre River Whitewater Park in Fort Collins,...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
A surfer floats down the Poudre River while riding at the Poudre River Whitewater Park in Fort Collins...
A surfer floats down the Poudre River while riding at the Poudre River Whitewater Park in Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 4, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 4, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA3Y
June 04, 2021
A paddle boarder makes her way down to Horsetooth reservoir, the main supply of drinking water for the...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
A paddle boarder makes her way down to Horsetooth reservoir, the main supply of drinking water for the...
A paddle boarder makes her way down to Horsetooth reservoir, the main supply of drinking water for the city of Fort Collins, west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 4, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 4, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA52
June 03, 2021
High and muddy waters, filled with sediment, ash and debris, flow through the Poudre River below the...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
High and muddy waters, filled with sediment, ash and debris, flow through the Poudre River below the...
High and muddy waters, filled with sediment, ash and debris, flow through the Poudre River below the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4V
June 03, 2021
A fly fisherman tries his luck on the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
A fly fisherman tries his luck on the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort...
A fly fisherman tries his luck on the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4S
June 03, 2021
A burnt bench sits above the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins,...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
A burnt bench sits above the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins...
A burnt bench sits above the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4R
June 03, 2021
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar reaches the shoreline of Chambers Lake, at the headwaters of the Cache...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar reaches the shoreline of Chambers Lake west of Fort Collins
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar reaches the shoreline of Chambers Lake, at the headwaters of the Cache la Poudre River, west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4N
June 03, 2021
Ash and dirt collects on a snowbank inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado,...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
Ash and dirt collects on a snowbank inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins
Ash and dirt collects on a snowbank inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4M
June 03, 2021
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar is pictured above the Poudre River west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S.,...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar is pictured above the Poudre River west of Fort Collins
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar is pictured above the Poudre River west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4L
June 03, 2021
A burnt tree stands inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
A burnt tree stands inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins
A burnt tree stands inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4K
June 03, 2021
A fly fisherman tries his luck on the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
A fly fisherman tries his luck on the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort...
A fly fisherman tries his luck on the Poudre River inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4J
June 03, 2021
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar is pictured above the Poudre River west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S.,...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar is pictured above the Poudre River west of Fort Collins
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar is pictured above the Poudre River west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4G
June 03, 2021
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar is pictured above the Poudre River west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S.,...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar is pictured above the Poudre River west of Fort Collins
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar is pictured above the Poudre River west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4F
June 03, 2021
River rafters navigate a rapid on the Poudre River west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021....
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
River rafters make navigate a rapid on the Poudre River west of Fort Collins
River rafters navigate a rapid on the Poudre River west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA4A
June 03, 2021
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar is pictured above the Poudre River west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S.,...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar is pictured above the Poudre River west of Fort Collins
The Cameron Peak fire burn scar is pictured above the Poudre River west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
USA-FIREANDWATER/
RTXDVA45
June 03, 2021
A burnt log sits inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3,...
FORT COLLINS, UNITED STATES
A burnt log sits inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins
A burnt log sits inside the Cameron Peak fire burn scar west of Fort Collins, Colorado, U.S., June 3, 2021. Huge forest fires last year denuded vast areas of Colorado’s mountains and left them covered in ash – ash that with sediment has since been washed by rains into the Cache la Poudre River. Picture taken June 3, 2021. REUTERS/Forrest Czarnecki
INDONESIA-TIN/
RTXD1LE3
May 02, 2021
An aerial view shows a lake known as Kulong Biru (blue lake) in Koba, on the island of Bangka, Indonesia,...
KOBA, Indonesia
The Wider Image: Mining tin from the sea
An aerial view shows a lake known as Kulong Biru (blue lake) in Koba, on the island of Bangka, Indonesia, May 2, 2021. Deposits in the mining hub of Bangka-Belitung have been heavily exploited on land, leaving parts of the islands off the southeast coast of Sumatra island resembling a lunar landscape with vast craters and highly acidic, turquoise lakes. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan SEARCH "KURNIAWAN TIN" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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Wider Image
For South Korea's youngest 'sea women', warming seas mean smaller catches
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RTXBLNEZ
April 19, 2021
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women", Jin So-hee, 28, Woo Jung-min, 35, and Kim Myung-soon, measure the...
Geoje, South Korea
The Wider Image: For South Korea's youngest 'sea women', warming seas mean smaller catches
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women", Jin So-hee, 28, Woo Jung-min, 35, and Kim Myung-soon, measure the weight of sea cucumbers that they harvested, at a port in Geoje, South Korea, March 30, 2021. Jin and Woo are some of the youngest members of a centuries-old tradition. The vast majority of living haenyeo are now over the age of 70. The pair run a YouTube channel called "Modern Haenyeo" chronicling their lives and work, with their most popular videos garnering more than 600,000 views. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji SEARCH "HAENYEO HONG-JI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
EARTH-DAY/SOUTHKOREA-HAENYEO
RTXBLNEX
April 19, 2021
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women", Jin So-hee, 28, and Woo Jung-min, 35, go shopping as work for the...
Geoje, South Korea
The Wider Image: For South Korea's youngest 'sea women', warming seas mean smaller catches
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women", Jin So-hee, 28, and Woo Jung-min, 35, go shopping as work for the day was canceled due to a strong wind, in Geoje, South Korea, April 1, 2021. Jin and Woo are some of the youngest members of a centuries-old tradition. The vast majority of living haenyeo are now over the age of 70. The pair run a YouTube channel called "Modern Haenyeo" chronicling their lives and work, with their most popular videos garnering more than 600,000 views. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji SEARCH "HAENYEO HONG-JI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
EARTH-DAY/SOUTHKOREA-HAENYEO
RTXBLNEK
April 19, 2021
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Jin So-hee, 28, and Woo Jung-min, 35, film a seafood stall as they...
Geoje, South Korea
The Wider Image: For South Korea's youngest 'sea women', warming seas mean smaller catches
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Jin So-hee, 28, and Woo Jung-min, 35, film a seafood stall as they work on content for their YouTube channel during their day off in Geoje, South Korea, April 1, 2021. Jin and Woo are some of the youngest members of a centuries-old tradition. The vast majority of living haenyeo are now over the age of 70. The pair run a YouTube channel called "Modern Haenyeo" chronicling their lives and work, with their most popular videos garnering more than 600,000 views. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji SEARCH "HAENYEO HONG-JI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
EARTH-DAY/SOUTHKOREA-HAENYEO
RTXBLNEJ
April 19, 2021
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Jin So-hee, 28, and Woo Jung-min, 35, count money on their payday...
Geoje, South Korea
The Wider Image: For South Korea's youngest 'sea women', warming seas mean smaller catches
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Jin So-hee, 28, and Woo Jung-min, 35, count money on their payday in Geoje, South Korea, April 1, 2021. Jin and Woo are some of the youngest members of a centuries-old tradition. The vast majority of living haenyeo are now over the age of 70. The pair run a YouTube channel called "Modern Haenyeo" chronicling their lives and work, with their most popular videos garnering more than 600,000 views. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji SEARCH "HAENYEO HONG-JI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
EARTH-DAY/SOUTHKOREA-HAENYEO
RTXBLNEI
April 19, 2021
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Woo Jung-min, Ko Sun-a and Jin So-hee (R), 28, are seen on a fishing...
Geoje, South Korea
The Wider Image: For South Korea's youngest 'sea women', warming seas mean smaller catches
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Woo Jung-min, Ko Sun-a and Jin So-hee (R), 28, are seen on a fishing boat after diving in the sea off Geoje, South Korea, March 30, 2021. Jin and Woo are some of the youngest members of a centuries-old tradition. The vast majority of living haenyeo are now over the age of 70. The pair run a YouTube channel called "Modern Haenyeo" chronicling their lives and work, with their most popular videos garnering more than 600,000 views. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji SEARCH "HAENYEO HONG-JI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
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April 19, 2021
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Jin So-hee, 28, and Woo Jung-min, 35, look towards the sea as work...
Geoje, South Korea
The Wider Image: For South Korea's youngest 'sea women', warming seas mean smaller catches
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Jin So-hee, 28, and Woo Jung-min, 35, look towards the sea as work for the day was cancelled due to strong wind, in Geoje, South Korea, April 1, 2021. Jin and Woo are some of the youngest members of a centuries-old tradition. The vast majority of living haenyeo are now over the age of 70. The pair run a YouTube channel called "Modern Haenyeo" chronicling their lives and work, with their most popular videos garnering more than 600,000 views. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji SEARCH "HAENYEO HONG-JI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
EARTH-DAY/SOUTHKOREA-HAENYEO
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April 19, 2021
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Woo Jung-min, 35, and Jin So-hee, 28, carry a bucket of conch to a...
Geoje, South Korea
The Wider Image: For South Korea's youngest 'sea women', warming seas mean smaller catches
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Woo Jung-min, 35, and Jin So-hee, 28, carry a bucket of conch to a seafood restaurant in Geoje, South Korea, March 31, 2021. Jin and Woo are some of the youngest members of a centuries-old tradition. The vast majority of living haenyeo are now over the age of 70. The pair run a YouTube channel called "Modern Haenyeo" chronicling their lives and work, with their most popular videos garnering more than 600,000 views. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji SEARCH "HAENYEO HONG-JI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
EARTH-DAY/SOUTHKOREA-HAENYEO
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April 19, 2021
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Jin So-hee, 28, and Woo Jung-min, 35, talk to each other in the sea...
Geoje, South Korea
The Wider Image: For South Korea's youngest 'sea women', warming seas mean smaller catches
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Jin So-hee, 28, and Woo Jung-min, 35, talk to each other in the sea off Geoje, South Korea, March 30, 2021. Jin and Woo are some of the youngest members of a centuries-old tradition. The vast majority of living haenyeo are now over the age of 70. The pair run a YouTube channel called "Modern Haenyeo" chronicling their lives and work, with their most popular videos garnering more than 600,000 views. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji SEARCH "HAENYEO HONG-JI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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April 19, 2021
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Jin So-hee, 28, and Woo Jung-min, 35, prepare to dive into the sea...
Geoje, South Korea
The Wider Image: For South Korea's youngest 'sea women', warming seas mean smaller catches
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Jin So-hee, 28, and Woo Jung-min, 35, prepare to dive into the sea off Geoje, South Korea, March 30, 2021. Jin and Woo are some of the youngest members of a centuries-old tradition. The vast majority of living haenyeo are now over the age of 70. The pair run a YouTube channel called "Modern Haenyeo" chronicling their lives and work, with their most popular videos garnering more than 600,000 views. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji SEARCH "HAENYEO HONG-JI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
EARTH-DAY/SOUTHKOREA-HAENYEO
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April 19, 2021
Jin So-hee, 28, a haenyeo, also known as a "sea woman", talks to her colleague Woo Jung-min (not pictured)...
Geoje, South Korea
The Wider Image: For South Korea's youngest 'sea women', warming seas mean smaller catches
Jin So-hee, 28, a haenyeo, also known as a "sea woman", talks to her colleague Woo Jung-min (not pictured) on the way to work in Geoje, South Korea, March 30, 2021. Jin and Woo are some of the youngest members of a centuries-old tradition. The vast majority of living haenyeo are now over the age of 70. The pair run a YouTube channel called "Modern Haenyeo" chronicling their lives and work, with their most popular videos garnering more than 600,000 views. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji SEARCH "HAENYEO HONG-JI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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April 19, 2021
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Jin So-hee, 28, and Woo Jung-min, 35, apply eco-friendly sun screen...
Geoje, South Korea
The Wider Image: For South Korea's youngest 'sea women', warming seas mean smaller catches
Haenyeo, also known as "sea women" Jin So-hee, 28, and Woo Jung-min, 35, apply eco-friendly sun screen on their faces as they prepare to work in the sea off Geoje, South Korea, March 31, 2021. Jin and Woo are some of the youngest members of a centuries-old tradition. The vast majority of living haenyeo are now over the age of 70. The pair run a YouTube channel called "Modern Haenyeo" chronicling their lives and work, with their most popular videos garnering more than 600,000 views. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji SEARCH "HAENYEO HONG-JI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
WATER-DAY/GLOBAL
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March 18, 2021
An aerial view shows a discarded sofa on the Tiete river near Ecological Tiete Park in Sao Paulo, Brazil,...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
The Wider Image: Seen from the sky: polluted waters around the world
An aerial view shows a discarded sofa on the Tiete river near Ecological Tiete Park in Sao Paulo, Brazil, March 17, 2021. The Rio Tiete, which flows like a vast open sewer though Brazil's largest city Sao Paulo, is among the most polluted in the country. Over 100 km of the river are considered dead or too polluted for almost all marine life. The stinking river, which receives hundreds of tonnes of untreated sewage and waste every day, is a black mark on Brazil's wealthiest city. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli SEARCH "GLOBAL WATER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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Turkish olive farmer battles to save her land from coal mine
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March 08, 2021
Tayyibe Demirel, 64, who is refusing to sell her olive grove to coal mining companies, chats with a mining...
MUGLA, Turkey
The Wider Image: Turkish olive farmer battles to save her land from coal mine
Tayyibe Demirel, 64, who is refusing to sell her olive grove to coal mining companies, chats with a mining company official in her olive grove in Turgut village near southwestern town of Yatagan in Mugla province, Turkey, February 24, 2021. Demirel won a new court case against the expansion of an open-pit coal mine towards her village. She's a part of "No Coal Mugla", a local movement to stop coal expansion and battle pollution. Looking over the vast lands of open coal mines, dry and grey lands neighbouring her olive grove, what she calls a "pit of hell," Demirel says: "I am in love with the trees, the green. I am in love with the singing of the birds and nature. Three or four years ago, this demolished land was full of tulips, poppies and daisies. Which one is better, a hell pit or nature?" REUTERS/Umit Bektas SEARCH "UMIT COAL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
WOMENS-DAY/TURKEY-COAL
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March 08, 2021
Tayyibe Demirel, 64, who is refusing to sell her olive grove to coal mining companies, chats with a mining...
MUGLA, Turkey
The Wider Image: Turkish olive farmer battles to save her land from coal mine
Tayyibe Demirel, 64, who is refusing to sell her olive grove to coal mining companies, chats with a mining company official in her olive grove in Turgut village near southwestern town of Yatagan in Mugla province, Turkey, February 24, 2021. Demirel won a new court case against the expansion of an open-pit coal mine towards her village. She's a part of "No Coal Mugla", a local movement to stop coal expansion and battle pollution. Looking over the vast lands of open coal mines, dry and grey lands neighbouring her olive grove, what she calls a "pit of hell," Demirel says: "I am in love with the trees, the green. I am in love with the singing of the birds and nature. Three or four years ago, this demolished land was full of tulips, poppies and daisies. Which one is better, a hell pit or nature?" REUTERS/Umit Bektas SEARCH "UMIT COAL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
WOMENS-DAY/TURKEY-COAL
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March 08, 2021
Tayyibe Demirel, 64, who is refusing to sell her olive grove to coal mining companies, walks up the stairs...
MUGLA, Turkey
The Wider Image: Turkish olive farmer battles to save her land from coal mine
Tayyibe Demirel, 64, who is refusing to sell her olive grove to coal mining companies, walks up the stairs of the temple of Hecate in the ancient town of Lagina, near Turgut village near southwestern town of Yatagan in Mugla province, Turkey, February 24, 2021. Behind Demirel's olive groves lies a vast, grey expanse, stripped bare by a coal mine eating into the rolling hillside. On the horizon, heavy smoke billows from three giant chimneys of the power plant by the town of Yatagan. "All the land around will be dug and plundered, and the olive grove will be stuck in the middle," Demirel said. "I object. I will continue my struggle, and seek my rights. How am I supposed to come to my field? Land here from the sky with a helicopter?" REUTERS/Umit Bektas SEARCH "UMIT COAL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
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March 08, 2021
Tayyibe Demirel, 64, who is refusing to sell her olive grove to coal mining companies, rests on a road...
MUGLA, Turkey
The Wider Image: Turkish olive farmer battles to save her land from coal mine
Tayyibe Demirel, 64, who is refusing to sell her olive grove to coal mining companies, rests on a road side in Turgut village near southwestern town of Yatagan in Mugla province, Turkey, March 2, 2021. Behind Demirel's olive groves lies a vast, grey expanse, stripped bare by a coal mine eating into the rolling hillside. On the horizon, heavy smoke billows from three giant chimneys of the power plant by the town of Yatagan. "All the land around will be dug and plundered, and the olive grove will be stuck in the middle," Demirel said. "I object. I will continue my struggle, and seek my rights. How am I supposed to come to my field? Land here from the sky with a helicopter?" REUTERS/Umit Bektas SEARCH "UMIT COAL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
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