Photojournalism of the Week: March 30, 2012

Shop owner Mirian Burrueco hides as demonstrators storm her store and break her front window during a day of anti-austerity protests and strikes in Barcelona. Emilio Morenatti is no stranger to covering violence. In 2010, he was badly injured by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan while shooting for the Associated Press. He ultimately lost his left foot due to the injuries, now back in action making great work. See more of his photos on the NYT's Lens Blog.AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti
A worker walks past AVE high-speed trains at Madrid's Atocha station during a general strike in Spain
A different, less violent perspective on Spain's anti-austerity strike: Madrid's Atocha high-speed train station is seen completely deserted on Thursday, March 29th. Check out Reuters staff photographers Andrea Comas' other work over on the Reuters blog.REUTERS/Andrea Comas
Great Britain Training Session
British cyclists Philip Hindes and Sir Christopher Hoy train before the start of the 2012 UCI World track Championships in Melbourne, Australia. Scott Barbour is an award-winning sports photographer based in Sydney. He shoots for multiple agencies, including Getty Images and Allsport. See more of his work at ScottBarbourPhoto.comPhoto by Scott Barbour/Getty Images
Burma Readies Itself for Parliamentary Elections
A monk and his son feed seagulls in Yangon, Myanmar the day before a historic parliamentary election. The election is seen as an important vote of confidence for the country as it continues on the road to political and diplomatic reform. Paula Bronstein is a Getty Images staff photographer and a Pulitzer Prize finalist. You can see her incredible portfolio of work on Getty Images.Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images
People, living and working on abandoned ships, are seen resting onboard a ship on a river in Yangon
A large number of Myanmar's citizens live on abandoned ships docked on a river outside Yangon. Damir Sagolj is an accomplished Reuters photographer. He recently won first prize in the World Press Photo Daily Life Singles category. He has a very active blog over on the Reuters site, that is definitely worth checking out. **Warning: the following image contains graphic content. **REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
Jamphel Yeshi, a Tibetan activist, runs through the streets of New Delhi, India engulfed in flames in protest over an upcoming visit by Chinese President Hu Jintao. Yeshi later died from burns at a hospital in New Delhi. Manish Swarup is an Associated press staff photographer, based out of New Delhi. You can see his portfolio at ManishSwarup.com.AP Photo/Manish Swarup
An unusual sight, even by North Korean standards: Children dressed as panda bears prepare to take part in a dance performance to mark the birthday of the late leader, Kim II Sung. David Guttenfelder is the Associated Press' Chief Asia Photographer, and one of only a few Western photographers allowed to shoot in North Korea with full access. Check out a great gallery of his work in North Korea, shot over the past four years, over at the Denver Post.AP Photo/David Guttenfelder
Jajuan Kelley
Jajuan Kelley, of Atlanta, wears a Skittles wrapper over his mouth during a rally in memory of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed 17-year-old who was killed by a Florida neighborhood watch captain while returning from a convenience store with a bag of Skittles. David Goldman is a staff photographer for the Associated Press based in Atlanta. You can see more of his work on his personal site.AP Photo/David Goldman
Slurry bomber
Firefighters douse a smoldering ridge southwest of Denver with slurry. The blaze has already destroyed 16 homes in the area and continues to spread. David Zalubowski is a former Associated Press staffer who now operates his own commercial studio in Colorado.AP Photo/David Zalubowski
A student returns a teargas canister to riot police during a demonstration marking "Day of the Young Combatant," in Santiago, on Thursday March 29, 2012. The Day of the Young Combatant commemorates the killing of two young brothers by police in a 1985 protest during the 1973-90 dictatorship of Gen. Augusto Pinochet. Roberto Candia is a professional photojournalist born in and based out of Chile. See more of his work on his Website.AP Photo/Roberto Candia
Supporters of Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh sit with posters of Saleh attached to their belts attend a rally marking Saleh's 70th birthday anniversary in Sanaa
Supporters of Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh sit with posters of Saleh attached to their belts at a rally marking Saleh's 70th birthday in Sanaa. Saleh stepped down in February after a year of massive protests against his 33-year rule. Khaled Abdullah is a Reuters staff photographer based in Yemen.REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah

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