The entire front page of today's Santa Fe New Mexican is covered in photos. The only text is photo cutlines.
That's something different for a daily newspaper. I can't remember seeing an entire print newspaper devote a front page to nothing but photos from only one story.
Visual literacy. Where is the text? Where is the written narration? Is this a move for a commemorative edition? Is this a sign of a blue state? Or a paper for an state that ranks low on education?