News from Daylight

'Deadly' stampede at Pope speech (BBC)

Photograph by Thomas J. O'Halloran, depicting John Paul II on a visit to the U.S. in 1979. 

Artist Defies Web Censors in a Rebuke of China (NY Times)

Uploaded by Jean Wang, this photograph was taken after a 5.12 earthquake devistated parts of China in 2008. http://www.flickr.com/photos/wang_qian_021386/2507254373/

French Workers Return to Streets in Protest (Washington Post)

Taken by an unknown photographer, this image shows two children picketing at Raleigh Hotel waiters strike in 1920.

Guanajuato's mummies are a window on the past (LA Times)

Photograph by Jeff Wetstone, from a series of images dealing with the relationship between humans and nature appearing in Daylight Magazine issue #3. Name index:  Jeff Whetstone

Iran to send female skier to Winter Games (CNN)

Taken by an unknown photographer, this image shows Queen Farah Diba of Iran during her first ski lesson in March of 1962. http://www.flickr.com/photos/fawbs/3216071861/

Canadian dig yields tiny dinosaur (BBC)

Taken by an unknown photographer in 1921, this image shows Norman Ross of the National Museum preparing the skeleton of a baby dinosaur for exhibition.