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Local photos of the year 2012

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A look back at some of our best local photos of 2012 as chosen by Director of Photography/Multimedia Mike Aporius.

Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press

Everything in this photo looks almost purposefully placed. The layers of perfectly-spaced workers, garbage, machines and the hay wall all compliment each other and create an unsettling calm for such a dramatic story. Original caption: Winnipeg Police officers sift through debris at the Brady Road Landfill looking for the remains of Tanya Nepinak. Nepinak, 31, has been missing since September 2011 and her remains have never been found. Police believe they may be buried somewhere in the city landfill and that she was killed by alleged serial killer Shawn Lamb. Wednesday, October 03, 2012 (Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press)

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