Carol Guzy, Ethiopia, 1985. A father and his son try to keep warm in the morning chill as they queue for food at a refugee camp. The boy's mother had died of starvation.

Carol Guzy, Ethiopia, A father and his son try to keep warm in the morning chill as they queue for food at a refugee camp. The boy's mother had died of starvation.

Reunion, by Carol Guzy  after Katrina

Reunion, by Carol Guzy after Katrina

Young Kosovar men from Prizren weep and embrace after crossing the Albanian border at the Morina checkpoint. Carol Guzy.

Young Kosovar men from Prizren weep and embrace after crossing the Albanian border at the Morina checkpoint.

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Carol Guzy: pulitzer prize winning Washington Post photographer

Carol Guzy, Michael Williamson and Lucian Perkins of The Washington Post

In 2000 Carol Guzy received a Pulitzer Prize for the touching photographs she had taken of the Kosovo refugees. In this particular photo, a 2-years-old refugee child was being passed through the barb wired fence to his family on the other side. Guzy currently works for the Washington Post and has won the Pulitzer four times.

The way we view children in photojournalism. Family members, reunited after fleeing Kosovo, pass Agim Shala through the barbed wire fence into the hands of his grandparents at a camp in Albania. The photo was taken on March

Humble Rewards, by Carol Guzy  After Katrina

Heartbreaking images of the pets left behind during Hurricane Katrina

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