Beef is big in Texas. Last year in the state, ten times as many calves were born, 3.85 million, as human babies. At the Big Texan in Amarillo—which offers free rides in a longhorn limo—you get your 72-ounce steak for free if you finish it in under an hour, along with the shrimp cocktail, the baked potato, the salad, and the roll.
Beef is big in Texas. Last year in the state, ten times as many calves were born, 3.85 million, as human babies. At the Big Texan in Amarillo—which offers free rides in a longhorn limo—you get your 72-ounce steak for free if you finish it in under an hour, along with the shrimp cocktail, the baked potato, the salad, and the roll.Brian Finke—National Geographic
Beef is big in Texas. Last year in the state, ten times as many calves were born, 3.85 million, as human babies. At the Big Texan in Amarillo—which offers free rides in a longhorn limo—you get your 72-ounce steak for free if you finish it in under an hour, along with the shrimp cocktail, the baked potato, the salad, and the roll.
Volunteer members of the "Swamp Apes" patrol through Florida's Everglades National Park searching for invasive pythons in the Chekika area of the park on Oct. 4, 2014.
Laura Diaz-Gonzalez a 19 year old Wake Forest student registered to vote on Wednesday, October 8th on Wake Forest campus in Winston Salem, North Carolina. When asked what is issues are on your mind she said: " I want my vote to count for education in the Winston Salem area. I don't know much about education in Winston Salem, I'm from out of state. I'm taking a social justice and class and I've been learning a lot about education and it's importance.
Beef is big in Texas. Last year in the state, ten times as many calves were born, 3.85 million, as human babies. At the
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Photojournalism Daily: Oct. 20, 2014

Oct 20, 2014

Today's daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Brian Finke's work documenting America's insatiable appetite for meat. The photographs, made on assignment for National Geographic, capture the whole supply chain in Texas from ranches to restaurants, and from butchers to barbeques, in arresting bright colors.

Brian Finke: Carnivore's Dilemma (National Geographic) From the November issue of National Geographic magazine.

David Guttenfelder: PTSD (Time.com) A group of U.S. veterans treat their war traumas in rather unusual ways: by catching pythons in Florida's Everglades.

Mike Belleme: Issues that matter to new voters (MSNBC) Portraits of North Carolina voters.

The New York Times Magazine Photographs Exhibition (The New York Times Magazine 6th Floor blog) Highlights from the magazine's show at New York's Aperture gallery.

How Photographers Can Make the Most of Photo Blogs (Photo District News) The proliferation of photo blogs has created both new opportunities and challenges.

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.

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