The Olivier Rebbot Award for “best photographic reporting from abroad in magazines or books” was given to Lynsey Addario for her National Geographic story “Veiled Rebellion: Afghan Women”. Her photographs give us a comprehensive and intimate look at a largely unseen aspect of Afghan society—its women. Her images are unvarnished, intimate and far-reaching. Addario worked hard to gain access and in doing so produced a very important body of work. It was very heartwarming to see Lynsey Addario accept her award given her recent capture (and release) in Libya.
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