Today's daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Damon Winter's oddly beautiful and evocative monochrome images of one of the most symbolic places of the War on Terror: Camp X-Ray in Guantanamo Bay. For the U.S. authorities, the suspected terrorists and enemy combatants once held there represented the worst of humankind, whereas for many people Guantanamo Bay and Camp X-Ray, in particular, were a representation of American injustice and mistreatment. Winters' photographs of the now-closed facility are silent reminders of an era gone-by, yet one that continues to impact today's world.
Damon Winter: Camp X-Ray: A Ghost Prison (The New York Times) — An inside look at the notorious prison in Guantanamo, Cuba by Winter, who produced an evocative series of photographs from Camp X-Ray.
Myriam Abdelaziz: Menya's Children (Wired's Raw File blog) — Through her series on Egypt's limestone mines, Myriam Abdelaziz looks at issues surrounding child labor.
Arien Chang Castan: Pumping Iron in Cuba (National Geographic's PROOF blog) — A Base de Viandas is a mesmerizing project on bodybuilding in Cuba.
Getty Grants for Personal Photo Projects (The New York Times Lens blog) — Who won this year's Getty Images grants? Lens highlights the works of some of today's best photographers.
Mary F. Calvert Wins $25,000 Women’s Initiative Grant (Photo District News Pulse blog) — Photographer Mary F. Calvert will use the money she received from the Alexia Foundation’s 2014 Women’s Initiative Grant to fund her project on homeless female veterans.
Allison Shelley: The Dangerous World of Freelance Journalism (The Los Angeles Times) — A thoughtful opinion piece in the Los Angeles Times on the dangers of reporting and photographing conflict, especially as a freelance journalist.
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.