This almost seems iconic. Like Time Magazine or Life circa post WW II.
While the violence of Aleppo, terrorism or even drones is in today’s contemporary digital culture not uncommon, the above seems more noteworthy somehow. Sure for it’s geopolitical implications but also because the violence is visited on a political class and power that is so often not visited by violence.
h/t Talking Points Memo
Photo by Matthieu Paley. For more about the Gojal people/region see Nat Geo
More via the MoMA exhibition catalogue
Details of the topography in and around Crater Lake and Mount Mazama show up beautifully in this 1989 shaded relief map by Raven Maps.
To celebrate the National Parks System’s centennial, Harvard mined its map collection to find these historic gems. Via National Geographic