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The most compelling pictures of the year.

click to enlarge “Baptism,” published July 27. Leah Mei Ward, age 8, is baptized in the James River by Jim Sommerville, senior pastor of First Baptist Church. - SCOTT ELMQUIST
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  • “Baptism,” published July 27. Leah Mei Ward, age 8, is baptized in the James River by Jim Sommerville, senior pastor of First Baptist Church.

Everything moves. Even still images.

The best ones reach right through your orbitals and hit your brain, evoke a memory, stir your soul, grab your heart.

So many moments in Richmond flooded the lenses of photographers Scott Elmquist and Ash Daniel this year. We asked them to help select the poignant moments that hit them the hardest.

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