The desert rose got its name from its blossoms, though the plant is not related to cultivated roses. Herders tie strips of the poisonous bark around the necks of young goats in an effort to protect them from marauding feral cats. Mark W. Moffett/National Geographic hide caption

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'Canal Zone' Collages Test The Meaning Of 'Fair Use'

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The sun breaks through dense jungle foliage as South Vietnamese troops, joined by U.S. advisers, rest after a cold, damp and tense night of waiting in an ambush position for a Viet Cong attack that didn't come, January 1965. Horst Faas/AP hide caption

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Shooting Vietnam: Remembering Horst Faas

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Dear Photograph is a collection of photos that take us back to our early memories. From the blog and book 'Dear Photograph' hide caption

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Dear Photograph: New-Age Nostalgia

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Faas Protege Remembers Legendary Photographer

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