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Uploaded on Jul 10, 2007
Capturing a "day in the life" of a person, group, or place has become a popular form of photojournalism. Through images and simple text, the photographer shows the details of daily life, both ordinary and extraordinary. Students at the Lilian Baylis Technology High School in London, England photographed the people and places within walking distance or a bus ride from their school. They took photos over a two-to-three day period (so it's not strictly one day in the life). The students organized their photo essays into "chapters," with each chapter presenting a very different view of the world—indeed, parallel worlds—around them.