It’s that time again

September already? Must be time to visit Perpignan.

Yes we’re off again this weekend (PS Key’s Under the mat…) and judging by what I’ve been able to see on Internet, this years exhibitions should be very interesting.

All the usual places to visit, with a very full day in prospect as we review all that’s up for offer. Here are a few examples of stunning work from some of the worlds photo journalists being shown at Visa for the Image this year.

Balukhali refugee camp, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, September 20, 2017. A desperate Rohingya boy clambering onto the truck of a local NGO distributing urgent food supplies to newly arrived refugees.
© Kevin Frayer / Getty Images
A Palestinian hurling stones at Israeli troops during the fourth weekly protest on the Gaza-Israel border. According to medical officials, two Palestinians were killed by Israeli troops firing across the border fence. April 20, 2018.
© Khalil Hamra / The Associated Press
World Press Photo of the Year

Venezuela Crisis
Caracas, Venezuela, May 3, 2017. José Víctor Salazar Balza (28) caught fire during clashes between riot police and demonstrators protesting against President Nicolas Maduro.
© Ronaldo Schemidt / Agence France-Presse

The eternal paradox – I’m impatient to see what dreadful pain and sufffering are being wrought in our world.