1993 Photo Contest, Nature, Stories, 1st prize
Photographer

Paul Lowe

Network Photographers

01 January, 1992

An abandoned child at an orphanage. It suffers from hydrocephalus, which doctors believe is a genetic mutation aggravated by hereditary exposure to radiation. The long-term effects of nuclear tests held in Kazakhstan in the 1950s still affect the lives of those who were in the area at the time.

About

Paul Lowe

Paul Lowe is a senior lecturer in photography and an award-winning photographer. Since 2004, Paul has been the overall course director of the Masters program in Photojournalism a...

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