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Shooting A Foreclosure: A Photographer's View

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Shooting A Foreclosure: A Photographer's View

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Shooting A Foreclosure: A Photographer's View

Shooting A Foreclosure: A Photographer's View

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Anthony Suau's image of a police officer securing a vacated foreclosed home won the World Press Photo of the Year award. Anthony Suau/Time hide caption

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Anthony Suau's image of a police officer securing a vacated foreclosed home won the World Press Photo of the Year award.

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An image of a police officer securing a vacated foreclosed home has won the World Press Photo of the Year award. Photographer Anthony Suau tells Alex Cohen why he framed the shot as he did and what he feels it symbolizes.