Five original photography deep dives from 2023

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Five original photography deep dives from 2023
Looking back at some of the best visual reporting from the past year, taking us from Himalayan mountains to Manchester moshpits.

Across 2023 we sent some of the world’s best photographers and visual storytellers to take us into rarely seen worlds and communities. Take a look at our favourite photo features from the past 12 months, that you couldn’t see anywhere else.

1. STRIKING PHOTOS OF AN ENGLISH TOWN ON BONFIRE NIGHT

Photographer Theo McInnes was on hand to capture the dozens of processions and burns held in Lewes in honour of Guy Fawkes night. Read here.

2. BLOOD AND BIN FIRES: PARIS’S PENSION PROTESTS IN PHOTOS

Amid nationwide strikes and unrest, photographer Ryan Thomas captures the people’s response to the French government’s controversial pension reform bill. Read here.

3. A STRIKING PORTRAIT OF CUBA’S FADING REVOLUTION

Photographer James Clifford Kent reveals how ordinary Cubans are struggling to cope under the weight of economic crisis, US sanctions, shortages, blackouts, inflation and emigration. Read here.

4. SWEATY PHOTOS OF FANS IN THE PIT AT OUTBREAK 2023

Chris Bethell captures the UK’s biggest and best hardcore festival from the belly of the beast. Read here.

5. THE PHOTOGRAPHER DOCUMENTING THE LAST OF THE NOMADIC PEOPLE

From Huck Issue 79 — Award-winning photographer Cat Vinton talks about her decade-long project following Tibetan nomads as they travel across the Himalayas. Read here.

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