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'One Day in History' by Andrea Gjestvang, Norway. The project follows the children and youth who survived the massacre on the island of Utøya, Norway. Pictured is Cecilie Herlovsen, 17, who was shot in the arm, shoulder and chin. She said: "My life changed in more than one way. In primary school, kids used to make fun of me. I felt sad and I retreated completely into myself. After Utøya, I have managed to return to the real me. Of course there are moments when I'm sad about what happened. But generally I'm more positive, social and I appreciate life." (Andrea Gjestvang/ Moment/ Sony World Photography Awards)

'One Day in History' by Andrea Gjestvang, Norway. The project follows the children and youth who survived the massacre on the island of Utøya, Norway. Pictured is Cecilie Herlovsen, 17, who was shot in the arm, shoulder and chin. She said: "My life changed in more than one way. In primary school, kids used to make fun of me. I felt sad and I retreated completely into myself. After Utøya, I have managed to return to the real me. Of course there are moments when I'm sad about what happened. But generally I'm more positive, social and I appreciate life." (Andrea Gjestvang/ Moment/ Sony World Photography Awards)

Sony World Photography Awards Highlights

Sony World Photography Awards