Pulitzer Prize Photos Arrive in Miami

One of the winning images from Farrell's 2009 submission for the Pulitzer Prize. Hurricane Ike had devastated a Haitian village. The father told Farrell she was asleep during the storm when flood waters ravaged his home, sweeping her away.

I remember seeing this photo in the Miami Herald. The shot caused our newsroom and the community to respond. (Courtesy: David Sutta)
Pulitzer Prize- A Father's Loss One of the winning images from Farrell's 2009 submission for the Pulitzer Prize. Hurricane Ike had devastated a Haitian village. The father told Farrell she was asleep during the storm when flood waters ravaged his home, sweeping her away. I remember seeing this photo in the Miami Herald. The shot caused our newsroom and the community to respond. (Courtesy: David Sutta)
Miami Herald Photographer Patrick Farrell says the image of a father kissing his daughter still stays with him today. The father asked him to take the picture. Farrell believes despite his grief the dad wanted the world to see what had happened. (Courtesy: David Sutta)
Pulitzer Prize- The Image Stays With You Miami Herald Photographer Patrick Farrell says the image of a father kissing his daughter still stays with him today. The father asked him to take the picture. Farrell believes despite his grief the dad wanted the world to see what had happened. (Courtesy: David Sutta)
The Capture the Moment exhibit is located on the campus of FIU. Organizers hope in addition to the public checking out the exhibit, that students wander in and learn. (Courtesy: David Sutta)
Pulitzer Prize Exhibition-Capturing Your Time The Capture the Moment exhibit is located on the campus of FIU. Organizers hope in addition to the public checking out the exhibit, that students wander in and learn. (Courtesy: David Sutta)
The Pulitzer photos span a number of emotions and moments. Some are tragic. Some are funny. Some are inspirational. (Courtesy: David Sutta)
Pulitzer Prize Exhibition -From Politics To Peril The Pulitzer photos span a number of emotions and moments. Some are tragic. Some are funny. Some are inspirational. (Courtesy: David Sutta)
Curator Cyma Rubin sits in the 2000's section of the exhibit. Of note the World Trade Center (left) and Federal agents taking Elian away in Miami (Directly behind her). (Courtesy: David Sutta)
Curator Cyma Rubin Curator Cyma Rubin sits in the 2000's section of the exhibit. Of note the World Trade Center (left) and Federal agents taking Elian away in Miami (Directly behind her). (Courtesy: David Sutta)
Cyma Rubin, Creator of the Capture the Moment Exhibit  (Courtesy: David Sutta)
Pulitzer Prize Exhibition Cyma Rubin, Creator of the Capture the Moment Exhibit (Courtesy: David Sutta)
Miami Herald Photographer Patrick Farrell (Courtesy: David Sutta)
Patrick Farrell Miami Herald Photographer Patrick Farrell (Courtesy: David Sutta)
Miami Herald Photographer Patrick Farrell talking to Cyma Rubin, creator of a traveling exhibit featuring Pulitzer Prize Winning Photographers. (Courtesy: David Sutta)
atrick Farrell talking to Cyma Rubin Miami Herald Photographer Patrick Farrell talking to Cyma Rubin, creator of a traveling exhibit featuring Pulitzer Prize Winning Photographers. (Courtesy: David Sutta)
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