thecrucibleofwar:


Julie Jacobson, Afghanistan, August 2009
Julie Jacobson: ‘The media ground rule was that you couldn’t photograph a military casualty in a way that they could be identified… Making that decision was a public act. I got a lot of flak.’ Photograph: Julie Jacobson/AP
Courtesy via The Guardian

thecrucibleofwar:

Julie Jacobson, Afghanistan, August 2009

Julie Jacobson: ‘The media ground rule was that you couldn’t photograph a military casualty in a way that they could be identified… Making that decision was a public act. I got a lot of flak.’ Photograph: Julie Jacobson/AP

Courtesy via The Guardian


thecrucibleofwar:


Adam Ferguson, Afghanistan, 2009
Adam Ferguson: ‘As a photographer, you feel helpless. Around you are medics, security personnel, people doing good work. It can be agonisingly painful to think that all you’re doing is taking pictures.’ Photograph: Adam Ferguson/VII Network
Courtesy via The Guardian

thecrucibleofwar:

Adam Ferguson, Afghanistan, 2009

Adam Ferguson: ‘As a photographer, you feel helpless. Around you are medics, security personnel, people doing good work. It can be agonisingly painful to think that all you’re doing is taking pictures.’ Photograph: Adam Ferguson/VII Network

Courtesy via The Guardian





aufseherin:

Fallschirmjägerabsprung

aufseherin:

Fallschirmjägerabsprung