The 2022 visual uses a photo from the 2021 winning report. This photograph taken by an anonymous Burmese photographer was part of his report shot between February and April 2021 during Myanmar's 'Spring Revolution'.

Caption: During a clash, protestors using homemade weapons such as slingshots and toy guns, defend as the security forces fired on the protest, in Tharketa township, Yangon, Myanmar, March 28, 2021. Soldiers and the police killed more than 126 people on the weekend of March 27 and March 28, according to the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners, a human rights group that is tracking the deaths. At least seven were children, including a 5-year-old boy, two 13-year-old boys and a 14-year-old girl.

The photographer grew up in Yangon and has documented important social issues in Myanmar including the military-run jade industry and the Rohingya crisis.
They have been a regular contributor to The New York Times covering Myanmar and other stories across Southeast Asia. Their work has also appeared in National Geographic Magazine, GEO, Stern, 6 MOIS, La Republica and The Wall Street Journal.
Since February 2021, when the Myanmar military staged a coup, the photographer has been covering the ongoing turmoil on assignment for The New York Times. They remain anonymous to protect their identity and avoid persecution from the authorities.

© Bayeux Award photo 2021 – Anonymous / The New York Times