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7 January 2021

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention. This time we look at rioters, roosters, a collaboration and neurodiversity.

  • The Associated Press has published Scene of Violence at U.S. Capitol and Mark Murmann collected Getty images in Among the Thugs: Stunning Photographs of the Capitol Under Siege. We were saddened to learn the rioters threatened legitimate media covering the event. AP reporter James LaPorta posted a few of those images in his tweet "Murder the Media" photos.
  • Grace Ebert presents Heji Shin's images of Screeching Roosters. "Shot in her distinctly discomfiting and emphatic style, the photographs are strikingly masculine and aggressive, documenting the birds as they screech, splay their claws and do karate-style leaps into the air," she writes.
  • Suzanne Sease highlights a collaboration between Ryan Schude and Kremer|Johnson to shoot on a Los Angeles beach in the winter. "The day went off without a hitch and we are rather proud of the results," they report.
  • In Visualizing Neurodiversity and Autism, three photographers portray neurodiversity, revealing "what may not be immediately obvious to the eye," writes Joanna Creswell. With photographs by Mary Berridge, Carol Allen-Storey and Erin Lefevre.

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