Here's a photo of Kesennuma, a city in Japan, shortly after the earthquake and tsunami struck in March.Here's a photo of the same city, taken today:Two months have elapsed since the earthquake and tsunami rocked Japan.
On walls and sidewalks throughout eastern Libya you'll see slogans and posters against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi ("Gadhafi is a Vampire, "People want the head of Gadhafi," "We are freedom addicts — not drugs").
Audiences will have another opportunity to view the work of Vivian Maier. The shutterbug was a nanny in Chicago’s northern suburbs. Equipped with a keen eye and a camera, Maier took tens of thousands of photographs on frequent trips into the city.
Japan is still reeling from the 9.0- magnitude earthquake and tsunami — and series of aftershocks — that have left the country in disrepair. According to the AP, thousands are missing or dead, entire cities lie in ruin and the fear of radiation still looms.