While researching images for the “Witnessing the Evolution of Egypt” post, I came across dope British-Egyptian photographer Laura El-Tantawy’s work. She captured sad, yet beautiful images of protestors in Egypt’s Lotus Revolution, calling the set, “Faces of a Revolution: EGYPT.”
Check them out, then view more of her photos of Egypt at her site. I love seeing women photo journalists from other country’s that are brave and artistic in their work. It isn’t an easy job to stay objective when capturing real emotion.