• 1/20

    Ruth Klüger, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazine

    "I have not survived, I belong to the dead children"

    At the age of eleven, Ruth Klüger was deported from Vienna to the Theresienstadt concentration camp in occupied Czechoslovakia. After liberation from Auschwitz and emigration to the US in 1947, she became a writer and academic but, she says: "A part of me stayed in the camps."

  • 2/20

    Ruth Klüger, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazine

    "I have not survived, I belong to the dead children"

    At the age of eleven, Ruth Klüger was deported from Vienna to the Theresienstadt concentration camp in occupied Czechoslovakia. After liberation from Auschwitz and emigration to the US in 1947, she became a writer and academic but, she says: "A part of me stayed in the camps."

  • 3/20

    Ruth Klüger, Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazine

    "I have not survived, I belong to the dead children"

    At the age of eleven, Ruth Klüger was deported from Vienna to the Theresienstadt concentration camp in occupied Czechoslovakia. After liberation from Auschwitz and emigration to the US in 1947, she became a writer and academic but, she says: "A part of me stayed in the camps."

  • 4/20

    "The Invisible Catastrophe", New York Times Magazine

    Over the course of four months, 97100 metric tons (tonnes) of methane quietly leaked out of a single well into California’s sky.

    The leak, the largest in US history, sprang from a failed well at an underground storage facility in Aliso Canyon owned by the Southern California Gas Co. The California Air Resources Board were not notified of the leak by the company until one month after it began.

    In nearby communities, thousands of people suffering headaches and nausea moved to motels and temporary housing while schools relocated.

  • 5/20

    "The Invisible Catastrophe", New York Times Magazine

    Over the course of four months, 97100 metric tons (tonnes) of methane quietly leaked out of a single well into California’s sky.

    The leak, the largest in US history, sprang from a failed well at an underground storage facility in Aliso Canyon owned by the Southern California Gas Co. The California Air Resources Board were not notified of the leak by the company until one month after it began.

  • 6/20

    "The Invisible Catastrophe", New York Times Magazine

    Over the course of four months, 97100 metric tons (tonnes) of methane quietly leaked out of a single well into California’s sky.

    The leak, the largest in US history, sprang from a failed well at an underground storage facility in Aliso Canyon owned by the Southern California Gas Co. The California Air Resources Board were not notified of the leak by the company until one month after it began.

  • 7/20

    "The Invisible Catastrophe", New York Times Magazine

    Over the course of four months, 97100 metric tons (tonnes) of methane quietly leaked out of a single well into California’s sky.

    The leak, the largest in US history, sprang from a failed well at an underground storage facility in Aliso Canyon owned by the Southern California Gas Co. The California Air Resources Board were not notified of the leak by the company until one month after it began.

  • 8/20

    "The Invisible Catastrophe", New York Times Magazine

    Over the course of four months, 97100 metric tons (tonnes) of methane quietly leaked out of a single well into California’s sky.

    The leak, the largest in US history, sprang from a failed well at an underground storage facility in Aliso Canyon owned by the Southern California Gas Co. The California Air Resources Board were not notified of the leak by the company until one month after it began.

  • 9/20

    Ricky Swallow/ Lesley Vance - Blau Magazine/ Die Welt

    "Zusammen für sich"

    The painter Lesley Vance and the sculptor Ricky Swallow share house, bed, child and art collection. Even in the common studio harmony prevails - as long as both comply with the rules. A visit to a couple that knows the key to the perfect relationship.

  • 10/20

    Ricky Swallow/ Lesley Vance - Blau Magazine/ Die Welt

    "Zusammen für sich"

    The painter Lesley Vance and the sculptor Ricky Swallow share house, bed, child and art collection. Even in the common studio harmony prevails - as long as both comply with the rules. A visit to a couple that knows the key to the perfect relationship.

  • 11/20

    Ricky Swallow/ Lesley Vance - Blau Magazine/ Die Welt

    "Zusammen für sich"

    The painter Lesley Vance and the sculptor Ricky Swallow share house, bed, child and art collection. Even in the common studio harmony prevails - as long as both comply with the rules. A visit to a couple that knows the key to the perfect relationship.

  • 12/20

    "Hide and Seek in Chihuahua", New York Times Magazine

    In March 1916, Francisco ‘Pancho’ Villa led an unsanctioned attack on the US at Columbus, New Mexico. His guerrilla army seized munitions and horses, left 19 US dead and the town in flames before fleeing into the Chihuahuan desert, hotly pursued by 10,000 troops. One century on, I decided to explore Chihuahua, a state I knew to be rich in history and natural beauty, by tracing some of Villa’s key movements between Columbus and the southern town of Parral, where he would meet a violent death seven years after his cross-border assault.

  • 13/20

    "Hide and Seek in Chihuahua", New York Times Magazine

    In March 1916, Francisco ‘Pancho’ Villa led an unsanctioned attack on the US at Columbus, New Mexico. His guerrilla army seized munitions and horses, left 19 US dead and the town in flames before fleeing into the Chihuahuan desert, hotly pursued by 10,000 troops. One century on, I decided to explore Chihuahua, a state I knew to be rich in history and natural beauty, by tracing some of Villa’s key movements between Columbus and the southern town of Parral, where he would meet a violent death seven years after his cross-border assault.

  • 14/20

    "Hide and Seek in Chihuahua", New York Times Magazine

    In March 1916, Francisco ‘Pancho’ Villa led an unsanctioned attack on the US at Columbus, New Mexico. His guerrilla army seized munitions and horses, left 19 US dead and the town in flames before fleeing into the Chihuahuan desert, hotly pursued by 10,000 troops. One century on, I decided to explore Chihuahua, a state I knew to be rich in history and natural beauty, by tracing some of Villa’s key movements between Columbus and the southern town of Parral, where he would meet a violent death seven years after his cross-border assault.

  • 15/20

    "Hide and Seek in Chihuahua", New York Times Magazine

    In March 1916, Francisco ‘Pancho’ Villa led an unsanctioned attack on the US at Columbus, New Mexico. His guerrilla army seized munitions and horses, left 19 US dead and the town in flames before fleeing into the Chihuahuan desert, hotly pursued by 10,000 troops. One century on, I decided to explore Chihuahua, a state I knew to be rich in history and natural beauty, by tracing some of Villa’s key movements between Columbus and the southern town of Parral, where he would meet a violent death seven years after his cross-border assault.

  • 16/20

    "Hide and Seek in Chihuahua", New York Times Magazine

    In March 1916, Francisco ‘Pancho’ Villa led an unsanctioned attack on the US at Columbus, New Mexico. His guerrilla army seized munitions and horses, left 19 US dead and the town in flames before fleeing into the Chihuahuan desert, hotly pursued by 10,000 troops. One century on, I decided to explore Chihuahua, a state I knew to be rich in history and natural beauty, by tracing some of Villa’s key movements between Columbus and the southern town of Parral, where he would meet a violent death seven years after his cross-border assault.

  • 17/20

    "Hide and Seek in Chihuahua", New York Times Magazine

    In March 1916, Francisco ‘Pancho’ Villa led an unsanctioned attack on the US at Columbus, New Mexico. His guerrilla army seized munitions and horses, left 19 US dead and the town in flames before fleeing into the Chihuahuan desert, hotly pursued by 10,000 troops. One century on, I decided to explore Chihuahua, a state I knew to be rich in history and natural beauty, by tracing some of Villa’s key movements between Columbus and the southern town of Parral, where he would meet a violent death seven years after his cross-border assault.

  • 18/20

  • 19/20

    "Hide and Seek in Chihuahua", New York Times Magazine

    In March 1916, Francisco ‘Pancho’ Villa led an unsanctioned attack on the US at Columbus, New Mexico. His guerrilla army seized munitions and horses, left 19 US dead and the town in flames before fleeing into the Chihuahuan desert, hotly pursued by 10,000 troops. One century on, I decided to explore Chihuahua, a state I knew to be rich in history and natural beauty, by tracing some of Villa’s key movements between Columbus and the southern town of Parral, where he would meet a violent death seven years after his cross-border assault.

  • 20/20

    "Hide and Seek in Chihuahua", New York Times Magazine

    In March 1916, Francisco ‘Pancho’ Villa led an unsanctioned attack on the US at Columbus, New Mexico. His guerrilla army seized munitions and horses, left 19 US dead and the town in flames before fleeing into the Chihuahuan desert, hotly pursued by 10,000 troops. One century on, I decided to explore Chihuahua, a state I knew to be rich in history and natural beauty, by tracing some of Villa’s key movements between Columbus and the southern town of Parral, where he would meet a violent death seven years after his cross-border assault.