Apoline Baptiste Lamercoeur

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A Slow Ride Through (and Around) Yangon

YANGON, Myanmar — To ride Yangon’s charmingly decrepit Circle Line train is to ride through history. Built more than 60 years ago to connect rural suburbs and townships to the city’s commercial heart, its trains — some almost as old as the line itself — move nearly 100,000 people a day, in a slow, …

Beauty and Color: Scenes From Ethiopia

Ethiopia is home to more than 100 million people—the second most-populous nation in Africa. It is also composed of wildly varying landscapes, and an incredible diversity of ethnic and religious groups. Getty Images photographer Carl Court reports that “Lonely Planet recently ranked Ethiopia among …


Tour du monde en 40 photographies sublimes

Partez à la découverte de paysages pittoresques, de cultures riches et d'animaux extraordinaires issus de l'édition 2017 du concours National …

A Téhéran, rencontre avec le petit-fils de Khomeyni

Depuis quelques années, et plus encore avec la levée des sanctions en 2015, le pays aux 80 millions d'habitants assimile les codes de la …

Quiz photo - Fontaines de lave - Paysage

Cette photo a été prise sur l'Île de la Réunion. A l’image, éruption volcanique du Piton de la Fournaise en septembre 2016, l’un des volcans les plus …

Excursion aux Batu Caves

Les Batu caves sont des cavités énormes dans un massif rocheux. À la base (avant d’être une attraction touristique) l’endroit à un côté spirituel …

Supermoon 2016

Last night, and later tonight, skywatchers around the world will be treated to views of this year's so-called "supermoon," the largest full moon of the year. Today, on November 14, at 6:20 am Eastern time, the moon approached within 356,500 km (221,500 mi) of Earth, in what is scientifically known …


Le meilleur du Rajasthan

Destination majeure de l’Inde, le Rajasthan fascine les voyageurs depuis des siècles. Et pour cause… D’une richesse culturelle et historique …

VIDÉO - Angkor… et toujours vivant : le témoignage de notre photographe

"Chaque année, des millions de touristes s'agglutinent à Angkor. Mais les sites archéologiques ne se limitent pas aux 10 kilomètres carrés classés …

Mario Batali Caters Obama’s Last State Dinner: Pictures


2016 wildlife photographer of the year - winners in pictures

American photographer Tim Laman was named winner of the prestigious annual competition for his image Entwined Lives, showing a critically endangered Bornean orangutan in the Indonesian rainforest. The award is given for a story told in just six images, which are judged on their story-telling power …


Floods destroy meagre crops in Ethiopia's lush highlands – in pictures

The worst drought for decades in Ethiopia’s northern highlands has ended, but unusually heavy downpours threaten to ruin crops and exacerbate food insecurity as flash flooding turns roads to rivers and swamps fields<p><b>Photographs by James Whitlow Delano</b>


Eyewitness: Bangalore

Destruction in Aleppo - in pictures

As the House of Commons holds an emergency debate on the situation in Aleppo, ordinary Syrians carry on amid daily bombardments and destruction

Middle East

Lives devastated as El Niño drives drought in Mozambique – in pictures

Some 40 million people in countries across southern Africa remain in the grip of an intense drought, induced by one of the strongest El Niño occurences on record. In Mozambique, lack of water has wiped out crops and killed livestock, with communities eating seeds and roots to survive. Children have …

Southern Africa

The Ghanaian villages destroyed by climate change – in pictures

Worsening coastal and riverine erosion is sweeping away homes and livelihoods on the Ghana coast. Photographer Nyani Quarmyne visited the small fishing village of Totope, which was once three miles from the sea but has now virtually disappeared

Climate Change

The 20 photographs of the week

The continuing refugee crisis in Europe, the devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew, Paris fashion week – the best photography in news, culture and sport from around the world this week<p>WARNING: this gallery includes images that some might find distressing

Fashion Week

Eyewitness: Stepantsminda, Georgia

Kirill Kudryavtsev/AFP/Getty

Eyewitness: Howlwadag, Somalia

Africa's top shots: 30 September-6 October 2016

Photos of the Week: 10/1–10/7

Fall colors in New England, famine in Yemen, protests in South Africa, hurricane Matthew aftermath in Cuba and Haiti, a Star Wars quadcopter drone, exploding mannequins in South Korea, and much more.


Hurricane Matthew Roars Through Caribbean: Pictures


Eyewitness: Kitakyushu, Japan

Tristan Joe Emoto/Solent News<p>First published on Mon 3 Oct 2016 05.11 EDT

Readers' travel photography competition: September – in pictures

Hustle and bustle are matched by stillness and calm in this month’s selection of stunning images from around the world. Scroll down to see the winning shot, judged by Mick Ryan of fotovue.com. Monthly winners will be displayed at the year-end exhibition at the Guardian’s London office; the overall …


Gods and monsters: Hindu rituals across Asia – in pictures

Iranian-born photographer Abbas has captured Hindu ceremonies across Asia, from elephants giving blessings to funeral rites at the seaside


Best photographs of the day: human towers and human rights

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of photo highlights from around the world, including base jumping, a fishy installation and Stella McCartney fashion in Paris

Human Rights

Eyewitness: Omo Valley, Ethiopia

Ethiopia's tribes – in pictures

Globalisation and development are impacting heavily on the tribes living in the Omo Valley. Human rights groups fear for their future if they are forced to scatter, give up traditional ways of living through loss of land or the ability to keep cattle

Human Rights

These stunning photos show the 'invisible' jobs women do around the world

When searching for stock photos of women at work, one typically finds pages of ladies in business suits, sitting behind desks. Less common are photos …