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After Paris and Europe, Cartier-Bresson’s second love was Asia. He spent a lot of time across the region after the war, capturing a journey of images across China, India, Kashmir, and Southeast Asia. He was there at the death of Gandhi, and his picture firmed the event’s decisive moment. He had a particular fondness of Indonesia, and married Ratna Mohini, a Javanese dancer.

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Drought along the Mekong River – a captivating series of photographs on NYT documenting the severe drought in southern China and Southeast Asia. View Photo Essay: http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2010/04/01/world/20100402-DROUGHT_index.html

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