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1993. Outside Brcko. “In a small Bosnian village outside the town of Brcko, what had once been a park became a cemetery. All of the able, young men in the village were called upon to defend their families and homes from constant attacks by the Serbian army. Battlefield casualties were brought to the local mosque where the villagers would discover which of their relatives or neighbors had died that day. The young Bosnian soldier who guided me to the cemetery said that all of his friends were now buried there. At a funeral, two men collapsed with grief on top of the grave.” — James Nachtwey
Twenty years after the beginning of the Siege of Sarajevo, photojournalists reflect on covering the Bosnian conflict. See more here.
March 31, 2012. Photographers line up to capture The Aizhai Suspension Bridge, which spans over 1,100 m with a height of at least 330 m in Anzhai, Hunan Province, China.
TIME’s photo department presents the pictures of the week, March 30 – April 6. See more here.
I have been a witness, and these pictures are my testimony. The events I have recorded should not be forgotten and must not be repeated. — James Nachtwey (via warwithinaframe)
Untitled (woman in white dress running), 1971
Daido Moriyama, who is featured in a new exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, arrived in Tokyo in 1961 and began photographing the seedy streets of Shinjuku. See more here.
April 4, 2012. Wounded U.S. soldiers lie on the ground at the scene of a suicide attack in Maimanah, the capital of Faryab province north of Kabul, Afghanistan. A suicide bomber blew himself up, killing at least 10 people, including three NATO service members, officials said, the latest in a string of attacks as spring fighting season gets under way. A senior U.S. defense official has confirmed that two U.S. soldiers were among three NATO forces killed in a suicide bombing in northern Afghanistan.
Gul Buddin Elham