Australian photographer’s global view

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Australian photojournalist Daniel Berehulak has captured some extraordinary images from around the world throughout his career. Berehulak, 36, has been based in New Delhi, India for the past six years, working for Getty Images and publications including TIME and The New York Times.

Further Towns In Pakistan Threatened By Flood Waters

He has documented news events such as the Pakistan floods of 2010, the Maha Kumbh Mela of 2013 where over 100 million people gathered to bathe in the waters of Sangam, and most recently on assignment for The New York Times covering child malnutrition in Afghanistan and the historic elections in India.

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The Australian Consulate General in New York and Reportage by Getty Images is currently holding an exhibition of Berehulak’s photography downtown at 109 Gallery at 109 Norfolk St. You can catch ‘Daniel Berehulak: Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan’ at the gallery from June 18 to 27.

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