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  • Top five photos of 2015 from Kansas City Star photojournalist Allison Long

    Allison Long has been with The Star for 13 years shooting a wide variety of subjects. She's captured the faces of convicted criminals receiving long sentences, Chiefs players celebrating a sack or musicians wowing crowds at Sprint Center. She's also shot the quiet scenes of small Missouri towns fading into history or families persevering through illness and bad luck. During her career she's photographed World Series wins, hurricane devastation and the aftermath of car bombs in Baghdad.

Top five photos of 2015 from Kansas City Star photojournalist Allison Long

Allison Long has been with The Star for 13 years shooting a wide variety of subjects. She's captured the faces of convicted criminals receiving long sentences, Chiefs players celebrating a sack or musicians wowing crowds at Sprint Center. She's also shot the quiet scenes of small Missouri towns fading into history or families persevering through illness and bad luck. During her career she's photographed World Series wins, hurricane devastation and the aftermath of car bombs in Baghdad.
Allison Long along@kcstar.com