Daniel Berehulak Wins NYT ‘Year in Pictures’ Bakeoff

As you splendid readers might – or more likely might not – have noticed, the hardlooking staff has annually chronicled the leading lights in the New York Times Year in Pictures review.

(Previous winners: the redoubtable BU alum Tyler Hicks and the indomitable Sergey Ponomarev).

This year’s honors go to the estimable Daniel Berehulak, whose photos of Africa’s Ebola epidemic dominate the Times review.

Front page:

 

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More faces of Ebola:

 

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See more of Berehulak’s work here.

And check out the work of all the others. The text of the Year in Pictures section asks “How close are you willing to get?” In the case of the Times photographers, as close to the truth as possible.

P.S. Guess whose photo is Page One above the fold in today’s Times.

 

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That’s right:

 

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