2007 World Press Photo Award
The Lebanese 20-somethings in the shiny red convertible look intrigued but distraught. One holds a cloth over her nose while another snaps a picture on her cell phone of the destruction wrought by weeks of Israeli bombing in south Beirut. Behind the car, men stand atop a building-size pile of rubble. A woman in a headscarf turns away.
"It's a picture you can keep looking at," wrote Michele McNally, assistant managing editor at The New York Times