Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Nacho Hernandez's rugby work in New Zealand. The country's national team, known as the All-Blacks, is one of the most dominant in the sport's history and its fans can be fanatical. Hernandez's pictures capture the passion that Kiwis show for their national sport, regardless of whether they're cheering for students on high school fields or pros at the country's largest stadium. And who could ignore the Haka, the traditional Maori dance, performed in part to taunt the opposition.
Mike Osborne: Monopoly (The New York Times Lens) These photographs show the real-world streets of Monopoly, located in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
The World Atlas of Street Photography — review (Lens Culture) This new book takes a less-dogmatic look at street photography.
Shotguns and sundaes: Gordon Parks's rare photographs of everyday life in the segregated South (The Guardian) These extraordinary photographs will be exhibited in Atlanta from Nov. 15.
David Titlow wins Taylor Wessing portrait prize (British Journal of Photography) The editor of British Journal of Photography, Simon Bainbridge, writes about this year's winner and his personal favorites.
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.