Exceptional photo…


A woman wears a scarf to protect herself from pollution in Beijing April 18, 2008. Beijing will close factories and force 19 heavy polluters to reduce emissions by 30 percent for two months around the Olympics and Paralympics to improve air quality for athletes, a Beijing official said on Monday. REUTERS/Victor Fraile

To whom may I express an opinion about the photo by Victor Fraile/Reuters, which appeared on the front page of the NEW YORK TIMES “Week in Review” section on Sunday, August 3, 2008? Does your organization take input from readers about photos that they deem to be outstanding and — in the readers’ opinions — should be submitted as an entry for an award ?


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How effective can it be to ‘cover up’ from pollution? Maybe Gucci and Prada have a new line for next summer to work on

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