Best of July 2017 – Photographs always tell something. Sometimes they speak to us about a piece of history: the drama of martyrs in Azerbaijan and civilian casualties in Kashmir, but also about the sleep of a child in his mother’s arms and boys playing in a river on a hot summer day.
Even the walls tell us tales. They tell of the culture of the Arab world in Paris, of screaming windows in Naples, of a stunned look upon women cycling in the small Polish town of Pszczyna, of a pair of big eyes spying on us in Moscow.
You choose what story can share the Indian seller of soap bubbles or the man lighting the street lamps in Wroclaw.