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This is what the world looks like: Stunning photos of an African midwife who moonlights as a rubbish picker, Rohingya refugees and the Milky Way over Stonehenge all feature in new competition

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Rugiatu (foreground) and Mabinty, collect oysters at low tide on a mudbank in the Sherbro River Delta, in Sierra Leone

Rugiatu (foreground) and Mabinty, collect oysters at low tide on a mudbank in the Sherbro River Delta, in Sierra Leone

Milky Way and the Summer Triangle over Stonehenge. In the early evening the photographer walked to the monumental stones of Stonehenge

Milky Way and the Summer Triangle over Stonehenge. In the early evening the photographer walked to the monumental stones of Stonehenge

Mak Muji, 56 years - old, is a trash - picker. She stands beside a trash picker’s tent on the top of the main waste heap in

Mak Muji, 56 years – old, is a trash – picker. She stands beside a trash picker’s tent on the top of the main waste heap in ‘Bantar Gebang’, Jakarta’s landfill, at night. She is the only midwife for the 18,000 villagers living inside and all around the dumpsite

Confused and tearful gazes of the Rohingya refugees as they wait patiently in line for food. To date, about 1 million Rohingya refugee had fled the persecutions in Myanmar. Many of them have settled in overcrowded camps among the hills outside of Cox Bazaar

Confused and tearful gazes of the Rohingya refugees as they wait patiently in line for food. To date, about 1 million Rohingya refugee had fled the persecutions in Myanmar. Many of them have settled in overcrowded camps among the hills outside of Cox Bazaar

The images are from the Silent walk one year on, remembering the losses and inequities of the Grenfell Tower fire

The images are from the Silent walk one year on, remembering the losses and inequities of the Grenfell Tower fire

A girl looks after her younger siblings inside their tent. The project focusses on the nomadic people who live in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. These people live in tents and caves in the mountains, in separate family groups, and move every few months, going higher in summer and to lower ground during the winter

A girl looks after her younger siblings inside their tent. The project focusses on the nomadic people who live in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. These people live in tents and caves in the mountains, in separate family groups, and move every few months, going higher in summer and to lower ground during the winter

This image, taken from a helicopter illustrates the numerous channels and creeks on the face of the earth. Landmannalaugar is famous for its multi - coloured hills and slopes, but after the snow in October the whole area appeared monochromatic, almost black and white

This image, taken from a helicopter illustrates the numerous channels and creeks on the face of the earth. Landmannalaugar is famous for its multi – coloured hills and slopes, but after the snow in October the whole area appeared monochromatic, almost black and white

Floating Village: Plastic pours into the Amazon river in the Floating Village of Belen in Iquitos, Peru

Floating Village: Plastic pours into the Amazon river in the Floating Village of Belen in Iquitos, Peru

 

 

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