Damion, a senior citizen, swims daily in Galway Bay, even on Christmas. On the coldest days he dips in and out of the water, just enough to wake him up.
Sapphire Dancers and Cobra Drum Line opened the Freedomcon 2016 festival.
More than two million people marched around the world on the day following Trump's election. Here, protesters march down Pennsylvania Ave in Washington, DC.
A Haredi man in Mae Shearim reads the pashkevilim to get his news updates on June 13, 2017. These black and white printed signs are the main news source for the community. Only words that are considered religious may be printed.
Sabrina and Karina Ramirez outside Lincoln Houses in Harlem. Advocates worry that construction on NYCHA properties will take away the available green space for children. Read the full story here.
A woman prepares lunch in rural Nepal.
Rice planters in the Bhaktapur, south of Kathmandu take a lunch break in the sweltering heat. This is the start of the rice planting season in Nepal.
A woman plants rice in Pakun Pati in rural Nepal.
A two-year-old takes shelter from Washington DC's bitter cold winter for a coloring session in a coffee shop on Capitol Hill.
Advocates and survivors of domestic violence walk down Malcolm X Blvd. in Harlem to the 2016 Shine the Light rally.
Photographs from New York, Washington DC, Israel, Palestine and Nepal for Al Jazeera, The Nepali Times, Brooklyn Based, Voices of NY and others.