Daniel Bereulak named best photojournalist of the year
• Daniel Bereulak named best photojournalist of the year
Pulitzer Prize-winner Daniel Bereulak (Daniel Berehulak) was the winner in the nomination "Photojournalist of the Year" international contest of photojournalism The Best of Photojournalism 2016. All photos are brought Bereulaku victory in the competition, were made by order of the publication The New York Times.
The mother mourns over the body of his three-year daughter, which was found under the ruins of their home destroyed by an earthquake in Nepal.
The husband and wife survivors take things out of his house destroyed by an earthquake in Bhaktapur, Nepal. Earthquake in Nepal, April 25, 2015 killed more than 8000 people.
Cremation of bodies of earthquake victims in Kathmandu, April 28, 2015.
The American singer Usher welcomes his fans from the roof of a taxi in Havana, Cuba, September 2015 year.
Nurse measuring the patient's body temperature infrared thermometer in a hospital Logan Town Health Clinic in Monrovia, Liberia. Precautions related to the risk of infection with Ebola.
The Chilean scientist Ernesto Molina (Ernesto Molina) walks near the Church of the Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church in the Russian Antarctic station.
The Chilean scientists returned to the base after the intake of seawater samples.
The priest Veniamin Maltsev in the belfry of the Church of the Holy Trinity. For about sixteen Russians who spend the winter in the Antarctic station, church services are held regularly.
A German researcher, who studies birds in Antarctica, counts the number of pairs of penguins.
The members of the research team of Russian and Chilean scientist Ernesto Molina (left) drink vodka at the Antarctic station "Bellingshausen".
Mechanical engineer Mykola Skrypnyk runs to ice water after the sauna at the Russian Antarctic station "Bellingshausen" on the island of Waterloo, which is part of the South Shetland Islands.
Children playing Mennonite followers on his family farm in Capulina, Mexico. Hundreds of Mennonites are going to move from Mexico to other countries, where land is cheaper.
Friesen Family prays before a meal. In the spring of 2016, the year the family will join more 25 Mennonite families followers, who founded a new community in Argentina and left the village of Santa Rita in the Mexican state of Chihuahua, founded by settlers from Canada about a century ago.
A boy playing outside his home in the Mennonite community in Sabinal, Mexico.
Children playing Mennonite followers on his family farm in Capulina, Mexico.