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The WideAngle

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The WideAngle is a hardcore network of photographers based in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and throughout the Americas. During the course of the past year they have undertaken assignments in over 100 countries in pursuit of some of the most spectacular images on the planet. Publications they’ve contributed to include National Geographic, National Geographic Adventure, NY Times, Chicago Tribune, CNN Traveller, The Boston Globe, The Guardian, Lonely Planet, Men’s Health, Marie Claire, Wanderlust, Africa Geographic and many, many more.

To see the photographers’ work, please visit The WideAngle website or follow us on Twitter @The_WideAngle


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