Thursday, April 21, 2011




There are a handful of images in memory that haunt, agitate, perturb like the image above. The photojournalist, Chris Hondros who captured the scene, was killed recently along with Tim Hetherington in Libya.

An affectionate piece: A Photojournalist Remembered

As for the child, Samar?

Photojournalism, Ethics and the Afterlife of a Photograph

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