Today's daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Moises Saman series from the thick off the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, shot for The New Yorker. Saman, an Arab Spring veteran photographer, also shares his thoughts on the differences between the events in the Middle East and this movement in Asia.
Arthur Bondar: A United Ukraine, in Photographs (The New York Times Lens blog) Beautiful, poetic black-and-white pictures by a photographer who made the decision to look at his homeland from a different perspective.
Jerome Delay: Liberia Ebola Outbreak (AP Images blog) Photographs on the effects of Ebola on the capital city Monrovia. | Read also this piece in which the French photographer writes about working on this particular assignment.
Lalo de Almeida: Deforestation Increasing in the Amazon (The New York Times) Brazil's fight to save the rainforest.
A different look: Photographer documents street violence in Chicago for 8 years (WGN Television) Interview with photographer Carlos Javier Ortiz about his new book, We All We Got, documenting street violence in Chicago and Philadelphia.
Anders Petersen (The United Nations of Photography) Insightful interview with the veteran Swedish photographer.
Why Iwan Baan likes to get up high (Phaidon) The Dutch architectural photographer reflects on his work.
Photojournalism Links is a compilation of the most interesting photojournalism found on the web, curated by Mikko Takkunen, Associate Photo Editor at TIME. Follow him on Twitter @photojournalism.