Essex, Kate; Thompson, Sharon
March 2002
National Geographic World;Mar2002, Issue 318, p7
Reports that photographers David Doubilet, Sam Abell, Karen Kasmauski, Emory Kristof and Frans Lanting received the Contributing Photographers-in-Residence recognition from the National Geographic Society. Activities after the recognition.


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