Struth photographed Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in 2011. "They were actually quite nice together," he says of the experience. (Pictured: Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh, Windsor Castle 2011) Thomas Struth/Promised Gift to the National Gallery of Art from the Collection of Robert E. Meyerhoff and Rheda Becker hide caption

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Photography Writ Large: The Monumental Art Of Thomas Struth

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A lighthouse built in 1858 stands on Loggerhead Key, Fla., an uninhabited tropical island. Artists Paula Sprenger and Carter McCormick participated in a monthlong artist residency here. Courtesy of Paula Sprenger and Carter McCormick hide caption

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Making Art Off The Grid: A Monthlong Residency At A Remote National Park

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Eunice, pictured above, is one of the workshop participants: "Today I learned a girl can do anything — that a boy and girl are equal, no one is more special, and I am happy about it. I am happy that the new things I learned today [are] to be confident and be powerful." Mercy/Too Young To Wed/Samburu Girls Foundation hide caption

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Fati Abubakar takes her camera and goes searching for bitsofborno — people who show how life goes on in the troubled northeast of Nigeria. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton/NPR hide caption

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Who's The Woman With The Camera Chasing Smiles And Styles In Nigeria?

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Toledano on set, being made up for one of his fates. Stephen T. Maing hide caption

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A Photographer Gets Old — Over And Over — In 'The Many Sad Fates'

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Der ligger en lille ø midt i den gamle havn i Kangeq. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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Lyt til Anda Poulsen og Nuuk Trommedansere.

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Gloria, 13, of Oaxaca, Mexico, holds a duck at home. Sexually abused by her father, she became a mother at the age of 12. Christian Rodrí­guez/Getty Images Instagram Grant Recipient 2016 hide caption

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How Luck And Intuition Helped To Build Instagram

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"The Soiling of Old Glory" was taken on April 5, 1976, during the Boston busing desegregation protests. Stanley Forman/Boston Herald American hide caption

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Life After Iconic 1976 Photo: The American Flag's Role In Racial Protest

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This is a June 8, 1972, file photo of South Vietnamese forces following after terrified children, including 9-year-old Kim Phuc (center). The Pulitzer Prize-winning image is at the center of a heated debate about freedom of speech in Norway after Facebook deleted it from a Norwegian author's page. Nick Ut/AP hide caption

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With 'Napalm Girl,' Facebook Humans (Not Algorithms) Struggle To Be Editor

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Hilton Pray, 82, holds one of thousands of his photographs that were damaged after an estimated 4-feet of water filled his home in Denham Springs, La. Collin Richie/Humans of the Water hide caption

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After Louisiana Floods, A Photographer Finds Resilience

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A 5-year-old boy, identified in news reports as Omran Daqneesh, sits in an ambulance Wednesday after reportedly being pulled out of a building hit by an airstrike in Aleppo, Syria. Mahmoud Raslan/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Usain Bolt of Jamaica competes in the men's 100-meter semifinal on Sunday. Cameron Spencer/Getty Images hide caption

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How An Olympics Photographer Captured Usain Bolt's 'Cheeky Grin'

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'Picturing Children' Shows More Than A Century Of African-American Childhoods

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(Left) Pro-Donald Trump buttons for sale on the street in Cleveland. (Center) A large screen truck with a photo of President Ronald Reagan can be seen through a crowd as it is stopped at a light. (Right) Supporters listen to speakers at a pro-Trump rally on Tuesday. Gabriella Demczuk for NPR hide caption

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