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Pulitzer Prize winning photography

By 이우영
  • Published : Apr 19, 2011 - 18:42
  • Updated : Apr 19, 2011 - 18:42

Three photographers of the Washington Post, Carol Guzy, Nikki Kahn and Ricky Carioti, won the Pulitzer Prizes in the breaking news photography for their up-close portrait of grief and desperation after a catastrophic earthquake struck Haiti.

워싱턴 타임즈의 사진기자 3명은 아이티 지진후 참사를 담은 사진으로 퓰리처 상 긴급뉴스사진 부문을 수상했다. 퓰리처상은 매년 뉴욕의 컬럼비아대 퓰리처상 위원회가 수상작을 발표해 왔으며 , 올해로 95주년을 맞는다.
 

In this Jan. 2010 photo submitted by the Washington Post tilted "The Elderly" Idamise Pierre leans against a tree as she waits to bathe at the Azil Communal Home for the Aging. (AP-Yonhap News)


In this Jan. 2010 photo submitted by the Washington Post tilted "Haiti Weeps" a woman cried while attending a worship service at Cathedral Notre Dame, which was destroyed in the quake in Port-au-Prince. (AP-Yonhap News)


In this Jan. 2010 photo submitted by the Washington Post tilted "The Moment Time Stopped," survivors piled bodies of the dead outside for weeks after earthquake in Port-au-Prince. (AP-Yonhap News)

In this Jan. 2010 photo submitted by the Washington Post tilted "Rescue", a tiny baby named Reggie Claude is rescued from the rubble of his home. Disaster relief workers and family members rejoiced as Oscar Vega carried the child through the streets. (AP-Yonhap News)


This photo provided by the Pulitzer Prize Board and published Jan, 15, 2010, is part of a series of photographs of a devastating earthquake that stuck Haiti three days earlier. Cindy Tersme throws herself on the rubble of Ecole St. Gerard, screaming as she searches for her brother. (AP-Yonhap News)