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Marijuana, photo manipulations, children staring at the TV and much more in this week’s #FotoWeb!

Every week, we select ten of our favorite links to photographic series published on the web over the previous seven days. We call it #FotoWeb.

Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to receive #FotoWeb in your email inbox, or see the previous episodes in the #FotoWeb series here.

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Chronicling the Struggles of LGBT People Around the World

Photographer Robin Hammond has made touching portraits of 65 survivors of discrimination against gay people from around the world. Via Lightbox.

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Behind the Scenes of Colorado’s $700 Million Pot Business

Awesome photos by Benjamin Rasmussen of Colorado’s burgeoning marijuana industry. Via WIRED.

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The Surreal Photographs of Hugh Kretschmer

Fantastic photo manipulations by Hugh Kretschmer. Via Juxtapoz.

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You See Me

Photographer Liz Arenberg explores her relationship with her sister through a very intense series of portraits. Via Fraction Magazine.

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Graham Miller

Selected works by photographer Graham Miller. Via The Heavy Collective.

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Big Volga: Myth, Memory and Russia’s Most Fabled Waterway

Dennis Baburov has been traveling and taking moody photographs along the Volga river. Via The Calvert Journal.

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Albania: Living in Oblivion

A compelling documentary photo essay looks at daily life in Albania. Photos by Jan Zappner. Via GUP.

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Portraits Show the Vacant Stares of Children Engrossed in TV

This is how your children look like when they’re staring at the TV. Photos by Donna Stevens. Via Featureshoot.

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Fifty High Seasons

Shane Lynam‘s Fifty High Seasons series “looks at a stretch of French coastline between Montpellier and Perpignan that was developed into a series of coastal resorts in the 1960’s”. Via LensCulture.

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Prypyat Mon Amour

At the age of 26, photographer Alina Rudya returned to her hometown Prypyat, which she left with her family and the town’s entire population in 1986 due to the Chernobyl nuclear accident. Via Burn Magazine.

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And here’s a few highlights from our own posts of last week: 

#FotoCal – Photography Awards, Grants, Festivals and Open Calls of June 2015

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10 Photographers You Should Follow on Instagram / Vol. #3

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Carlos Spottorno’s New Photobook Wealth Management Mocks the Brochures of Private Banks

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