A baby wounded by shrapnel is shown at the main clinic in the Baba Amr district of Homs, Syria. "It's very scary. The hospital is not very protected. Most of the windows are broken from the blasts," Daniels says. "The doctors kept working. They look like they don't even hear the noise of the bombing. They are very brave people." William Daniels/Panos/Time hide caption

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The Picture Show

Flight From Syria: A Photographer's Story

Photographer William Daniels shares his story — but shifts the focus from himself to Syrians.

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Yuko Sugimoto (right) stands reunited with her 5-year-old son, Raito, on a road in Japan's Miyagi prefecture, 2012. This photo was taken at the same place where she was photographed immediately after the tsunami in March 2011. Toru Yamanaka and Roslan Rahman/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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