Chris McGrath Nominated For 2012 Walkley Award : News Photo

Chris McGrath Nominated For 2012 Walkley Award

SINGAPORE - NOVEMBER 22: Walkley Press Photographer of The Year Portfolio on November 22, 2012 in Singapore. Image Caption: Keiko Takeda, husband Yoshihiro and two son's Seiya and Shunma pray at the gravesite of her parents, Tetsji and Hiroko and uncle Hiroo and aunt Moto at the Jodoji Temple on March 11, 2012 in Rikuzentakata, Japan. On the one year anniversary, the areas most affected by last year's March 11, 2011 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that left 15,848 dead and 3,305 missing according to Japan's National Police Agency, continue to struggle. Thousands of people still remain without homes living in temporary dwellings. The Japanese government faces an uphill battle with the need to dispose of rubble as it works to rebuild economies and livelihoods. Across the country people are taking part in ceremonies to pay respects to the people who lost their lives. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
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SINGAPORE - NOVEMBER 22: Walkley Press Photographer of The Year Portfolio on November 22, 2012 in Singapore. Image Caption: Keiko Takeda, husband Yoshihiro and two son's Seiya and Shunma pray at the gravesite of her parents, Tetsji and Hiroko and uncle Hiroo and aunt Moto at the Jodoji Temple on March 11, 2012 in Rikuzentakata, Japan. On the one year anniversary, the areas most affected by last year's March 11, 2011 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that left 15,848 dead and 3,305 missing according to Japan's National Police Agency, continue to struggle. Thousands of people still remain without homes living in temporary dwellings. The Japanese government faces an uphill battle with the need to dispose of rubble as it works to rebuild economies and livelihoods. Across the country people are taking part in ceremonies to pay respects to the people who lost their lives. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
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Walkley Press Photographer of The Year Portfolio on November 22 2012... News Photo 156816527Award,Horizontal,Human Interest,Photographer,Portfolio,SingaporePhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2012 Getty ImagesSINGAPORE - NOVEMBER 22: Walkley Press Photographer of The Year Portfolio on November 22, 2012 in Singapore. Image Caption: Keiko Takeda, husband Yoshihiro and two son's Seiya and Shunma pray at the gravesite of her parents, Tetsji and Hiroko and uncle Hiroo and aunt Moto at the Jodoji Temple on March 11, 2012 in Rikuzentakata, Japan. On the one year anniversary, the areas most affected by last year's March 11, 2011 earthquake and subsequent tsunami that left 15,848 dead and 3,305 missing according to Japan's National Police Agency, continue to struggle. Thousands of people still remain without homes living in temporary dwellings. The Japanese government faces an uphill battle with the need to dispose of rubble as it works to rebuild economies and livelihoods. Across the country people are taking part in ceremonies to pay respects to the people who lost their lives. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)