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  • Zoriah's photography has appeared in the following publications:
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  • Public Presentations and Lectures
    Zoriah has begun to devote a portion of each year to lecturing and presenting to universities, institutions and at political events. For universities, a typical itinerary consists of two days of presentations to multiple departments followed by a public, multi-departmental lecture. The presentations can be tailored in length and subject matter to each department and the multidepartmental lecture currently consist of a thirty minute slideshow showcasing recent work from Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Palestine, the Asian Earthquake and the Tsunami. The lecture touches on many subjects including the art of visual storytelling, the current state of the media and my own thoughts on documenting life in conflict. Lectures can be tailored to the need of each individual organization, university or event.

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    Each photo story that I bring to the world costs literally thousands of dollars to produce. While transportation to and from remote locations eats up the majority of my budget, I must also pay for food, accommodation, insurance and equipment such as body armor, cameras, lenses, photo storage and equipment maintenance costs. - These photo stories depend on your support and funding. Without your donations these projects will live only in my dreams and not in reality, where the world can see them and be affected by them. If you enjoy seeing this work and believe in supporting truly independent photojournalism, please support it. - The power of the still image to teach, affect and inspire change is truly amazing and people like you make it all possible. Every dollar counts! - You can choose to make a one time donation, or set up recurring monthly payments. If you have not considered recurring monthly payments, these are a great way to fund ongoing projects without putting a strain on your pocketbook. - Because documentary photography is my full time job, recurring payments provide a much needed monthly income and let me focus on the issues that are truly important, intead of what subjects will sell to the corporate media. - - Secure donations can be made below with PayPal. If you are not comfortable with online payments, please contact us for an address to mail a money order or cashiers check to


Available Workshops: Location Tailored to Interest

  • Mexico:
    Fossil Fuel Impact. Document car culture and its effects on the environment in one of the worlds most polluted cites, Mexico City.
  • Israel and Palestine:
    Compare and contrast life in Jerusalem and life in the West Bank city or Ramallah.
  • Indonesia:
    Child Drug Addicts. Photograph the lives of children addicted to inhalants.
  • Morocco:
    Travel Photography. Travel from Cassablanca to Marakesh and produce a travel related photo series.
  • Honduras:
    Travel and Underwater Photography. Students produce a travel story with two to five days being underwater photography instruction by Zoriah and the master divers at Ocean Connections PADI Dive Shop. *students without a scuba diving license will complete a three day licensing course durning the beginning of the workshop.
  • Laos:
    Shoestring Travel. Students travel through Laos and produce a story geared to budget minded travelers and backpackers - Brazil: Amazonian Deforestation. Work in the Amazon Basin documenting the environmental impact of clear cutting.
  • Japan:
    Technology and The Modern World. Explore the role of technology in our lives in one of the most advanced cities on planet earth. *Japan workshops have higher tuitions and higher living costs.
  • Turkey:
    The New Face of The Refugee Crisis. Live in an urban jungle pupulated by refugees from around the world while documenting their lives...and your own.
  • Philippines:
    Poverty's Environmental Impact: Work in urban slums to show the impact of poverty on the ocean and environment.
  • Lebanon:
    Palestinian Refugees. Spend time photographing the lives of Palestinian refugees living in camps around the country.
  • Nicaraqua:
    Shanty Towns. Documenting life in extreme poverty.
  • China:
    Modernizing an Ancient Culture. Document how modernization and progress effect an ancient culture in the amazing city of Shanghai.
  • India:
    Beggars life. Spend one week documenting the life of homeless or "untouchable" man or woman.
  • Pakistan and Kashmir:
    Working in Extreme Conditions. This workshop is designed to give higher-level students a chance to experience work under adverse conditions.
  • Vietnam
    Comparing urban and rural poverty. Students spend half the workshop photographing in Saigon and the other half in Chau Doc or another small village.
  • Cambodia
    AIDS Orphans - live in an orphanage and document the lives of one or more children.


  • Zoriah is an award-winning photojournalist whose work has been featured in some of the world’s most prestigious galleries, museums and publications. Zoriah's clients have included The BBC, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, ABC News, NPR, Focus and many others. With a background in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Aid, Zoriah specializes in documenting human crises in developing countries. His vitae not only lists photographic achievements and study, but also the in-depth training and experience necessary for working under extreme conditions in some of the world's harshest environments
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Journalism is a business usually driven by sales or support to a certain cause or agenda. Whether Zoriah's photos fall into either category, I don't presume to know.
I do know that there have been dozens of statements posted on this site that reflect utter ignorance. To paraphrase a few and give a little insight...
- The US military just doesn't want people to know "what is really happening in Iraq" (The military wants people to know what is really happening - most is very positive)
- This kind of coverage shows the true state of things in Iraq. (If it did, it would be coverage of new and/or improved schools, hospitals, women's centers, power plants, fuel distribution centers, government, etc.)
- Military members and Iraqis are dying so the US can control Iraqi oil (The US has not assumed control of Iraqi oil - do a little research)
- The public needs to see these images so they get angry and get our troops out of Iraq (We'll be out soon enough because we are succeeding - do a little more research, or come visit Anbar province)
Before you criticize the Marines for their response in the wake of this incident, think about walking down the street with your brother, sister, mother, father, wife, husband or child... someone steps out and shoots them in the head and runs off. Would you stand by while a TV van pulls up and a reporter starts getting images of your loved on dead on the street? You think people need to see your sibling, spouse or parent lying there with a destroyed face and skull to understand that there is random violence like this that sometimes occurs in our cities? Marines are family.
What if the lieutenant colonel's family did not want any image of him posted for the public to see... did Zoriah ask them? Or do they even matter? Are you justified in posting images without family consideration? If so, what led you to decide that your opinions and beliefs should supercede the well-being and wishes of those who knew these Marines best and cared for them more than you ever could?
Are you so self righteous that you believe you know what is best for others?
The simple act of stating "facts" about a situation you don't have direct, first-hand experience with, whether it's the environment and status of things in Iraq or what people need to see or how they feel, displays profound arrogance and ignorance.


The concept of freedom of the press is an idea that most of the world cannot wrap their head around. You have shown both that our country is tolerant of your actions and my brothers have also shown you that just because you CAN show dead marines, doesn't mean you should show dead marines.

You have educated many on the pluralism of our society and also how far "journalists" will fight to remove the morality of your profession to gain a sensationalistic advantage.

Why don't you post the slew of positive things that they were doing day-to-day. Or is that not worth the battery drain on your camera?

Terrorists killed marines that day in the name of their GOD, and you, sir removed GOD to show killed marines. May you live with that for the rest of your life.


- La sociedad norteamericana está realmente perdida y ciega si es necesario mostrar estas imágenes para que noten el desastre de Irak.
- American society is really lost and blind if it is necesary to show these images in order to notice the disaster of Irak.
- GRACIAS por mostrarnos periodismo real. Sé fuerte.
- THANK you for showing us real journalism. Be strong.

Everyone should be forced to watch what war actually looks like, instead of simply sweeping this under the rug. I commend you for your efforts to bring this to our attention.

Thank you for showing what 400 million inhabitants want to ignore. From the Argentina my strong hug for you. That is the anger of an American, the one that is fair and it doesn't escape to the pain to create a reality but similar to the life that also includes pain and death. I hope the people of the United States understands that the pain is universal when somebody acts with so much impunity.
Please excuses my writing, in English is not good.
Diego from Argentina

Nothing disrespectfull showing what risk these soldiers take every day being out there, knowing what might await them every day by chance. False respect it would be not to show that. To wrap their loss in a sterile number, making it even smaller by calling it a "non-civilian" loss maybe. A life is a life, soldier or civilian. Only children stand above all.

You are a motherfucker for putting these pictures of dead US soldiers. Maybe this will be posted, maybe not but you will at least be able to see it. Fuck you. You are nothing but a typical America hating liberal

El mundo no quiere más muertes, Hemos vivido períodos muy obscuros. Es momento que empecemos a pensar en un futuro donde reine la paz y la unidad. Basta Estados Unidos, te lo pide el mundo entero, basta. Las fotos que usted publico muestran lo que ellos tapan, Gracias a Dios existen personas que no callan. Saludos, y continue mostrando the dark side of the moon.

Thank you for being an honest photographer and journalist. If only these images would come to mind of most Americans when they heard the word "WAR"... maybe that would be the end of war.

Your pics are the perfect example of what Kant and other thinkers of the eighteenth century defined as sublime power...something that cannot be rationalized...thank you for putting the American public, or part of it, through the sublime power of war...

The US soldiers should be thankful that they do not have to carry the burden to carry these pictures in their heads all by themselves.
The amount of dumbness in trying to drive reporters like you away from war scenes is astonishing.

@Stillcool: If you know all this shit why don't you fight against the corrupt politicians? Do you like to be like lambs in the slaughterhouse?

Big thanks to zoriah for showing this pictures and it is a shame that they don't let you do your job and show the real terror! Lets stop war and make love!

To view these photos and say "see how ugly war is....we should never resort to war" is naive. Sometimes good people have to battle bad people. "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing." As a nation, we are confronting evil. The good people of Afghanistan and Iraq are now free of tyranny. Showing the graphic nature of war should not deter us from standing up against evil. In fact, it should strengthen our resolve to ensure peace and freedom prevails.

You are truly brave.

You have stirred hope in me that the Fourth Estate will live up to "its explicit capacity of advocacy and in its implicit ability to frame political issues."

We need journalist like you to remind us that complacency is what evil men thrive on.

I have seen war first hand and all the people who have disagreed with what america is doing over in Iraq are wrong. I have seen the young children who only want to get away from the terrorists and problems that have been so maliciously laid upon their land, What have you seen? What was your worst day? None of you know anything about war so just shut the fuck up. People don't want to see these pictures because it reminds them that there is a war going on that everyone started. Did you want to retaliate after 9/11? Didn't you wish you could kill every person you saw on the news burning our american flag? You are the one who is wrong because you did nothing to stop this madness, my brothers and I who come from all over the world to fight the people who want nothing more than to come into your homes and kill your families, have stood up and said "Fuck This" and just because you don't agree with the president doesn't mean that you should disagree with us. I have a job, you have a job as well, my job is to make sure that you can do your job by making America safe so you can get in your car and get to work without having to worry about a suicide bomb killing you or an improvised explosive device on the side of the road killing many. Did you wake up this morning? Kiss your kids as they went off to a safe school? Eat a breakfast that is fresh? Take a shower? Your Welcome from all the Military members out there that you don't give two shits about. Remember that we are not killers only men and women, young kids who have decided to give our lives for somehting that means more to us than your hatred and greed and stuck up society, we give our lives for a better world. One that our childrens children can walk through and know that this war is necessary, you do not see it now but it is necessary, think if we did not have this war.... in 50 years where would we be? Oh wait, thats right you won't be alive so what do you care? I care and that is why I will die for all of you selfish fucks who only care about one thing.. Yourselves!

well, im a kid, i am 15 years old. first if ive got any spelling mistakes or grammar mistakes dont tell me im dumb because of it, it is my third language and havent mastered it yet, so sry about it.

and i just want to say this...

these photos should open the hearts and minds of people for the truth

i forgot to add something before you misunderstood, me what i posted before didnt refer to any country i just wanted to explain war is war. war is terrible and it shouldnt occur, but it does sadly

Pictures and tv ended the war in Vietnam, while the generals would'nt see, that they were fighting an endles battle.
What is going to stop this war, when we are not allowed to se, what is realy going on! The generals?
Heinze. Denmark.



You are a waste of human life. These men you took pictures of were those who protected, and fed you. How could you ever take these pictures and live with yourself? You WERE NOT censored, you were under the protection of the military, you betrayed there trust, you were kicked out. Get used to it you peice of shit. I hope you die a slow and painful you death you scumbag.

You tink this man is doinng u a favor by showing you these pictures? He's not. You can sit here and say that the truth is better than a lie, but in times like these we need something to comfort our childern. We lie about the war so people don't live in fear. You think these pictures will show you what it is like over there but they don't. Protest all you want but things aren't going to get better no matter what we do.

War! With out it we would not exist.Would you have protested the war for independance? What makes war so bad? Would you rather see pictures of starving childern because the world is over populated? It's part of life! We have to fight! It's in are blood. If you thnk you are doig the right thing by protesting the war then your wrong. People that are for the war are wrong too! We have to accept the inevitable! People die. Women. Chldern.Men. the elderly. the pregnant. everybody. I know its ard to understand and if you think thati am a soulless man then your wrong but sometimes we cant say we have seen a war through pictures or tv. Some part of me believes that this war is helping. George bush is not the greatest president but he is doing his best. Protesting is a hypocrit way to get peace. Why dont you start a ca food drive to feed the starving or collect clothes for the people over there. Why dont you show you care instead of acting like it. Its not going to get better if you sit back and disagree with everything our government does.

My son who is a US Marine, was there on that fateful day. He survived, Thank You God. He called me the following day telling me it was bad ma, really bad. I have to admit, as a mom of a Marine, I honestly wouldn't want my child's body displayed for the world to see. He has done everything for his country, maybe his country can at least protect him when he and/or his fellow brothers and sisters are at their most vulnerable. It seems the only true reason the pictures were published is for the "bottom line" . . . money. It'a shame really. I think exploiting our Military while they were at their most vulnerable, is deplorable.

This is War. This is what really happens. At least we can say we knew, these events won't go ignored.

Ignorance is an ugly thing. So is war.

As Walter Benjamin, a Berlin Jew who took his life while fleeing the Nazi's, remarked before world war two:

"Doesn't the photographer have the obligation to expose the guilty with his photos?"

Keep photographing it. Don't let it go unnoticed.

Thank you for having the courage to run these pictures, and to allow yourself to lose your position in order to present them

WAR IS UGLY! Lets just remember our fallen Brothers, and keep their spirits alive inside our hearts.

IRAQI VETERAN 2003: MSgt Fenn USMC 2/23 Marines

Like you Zoriah I too believe that the true raw images of war, especially Iraq, need to be show. Not only does it give a true sense of what is happening over there, but it will preserve the incident for history.
I am a Marine, served three tours in Iraq. After 13+ years serving the nation in the Corps I am feeling it is time to hang it up. I long to do what you are doing and getting the true images of the world happenings to those who can't see it first hand.

This is pure, unadulterated honesty. This happens on the streets every other day in Iraq, and people in the West have no idea the horrors faced by the Iraqi people and our fighting personnel. Maybe if we had more people exposing what the Iraq was is truly like, we might not be fighting this war in the first place. I assume that's why the soldiers had the journalist removed. The pentagon has figured out that if your population sees and realizes how terrible war is, they won't support a war. Therefore it is in there best interest to fight a war and control the media.

This is pure, unadulterated honesty. This happens on the streets every other day in Iraq, and people in the West have no idea the horrors faced by the Iraqi people and our fighting personnel. Maybe if we had more people exposing what the Iraq was is truly like, we might not be fighting this war in the first place. I assume that's why the soldiers had the journalist removed. The pentagon has figured out that if your population sees and realizes how terrible war is, they won't support a war. Therefore it is in there best interest to fight a war and control the media.

You have so much bravery to be able to take these horrific photographs. These photographs are what outside spectators neglecting the brutal and gruesome events taking place in Iraq need to see. They truly capture the struggling lives of Iraqis and America's brave soldiers. You have unveiled the truth that the ignorant, who feed upon the romanticized idealism of war, attempt to avoid. If only these images were what the public were forced to be exposed to everyday as the soldiers and Iraqis are forced to experience them.

i really love how you have the courage to take these pictures. you are very brave, i love howyou make it possible for people like me to see hwhat horrible things hppen in other countries. you must really love your job!!! to risk you life but i see you have a passion for it.

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Don't let others tell you otherwise.

To bad they didnt kill you as well...

This photographs are brutal and horrific. The victims’ bodies have
been broken, burnt, disfigured, dismembered and it sound a bit strung up. How I impressed with the writer showing courage to take this picture. Also Zoriah was very talented as a photographer.
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I can't even imagine the horrors you have witnessed Zoriah. I completely disagree with the dissenters on your blog who feel that you should not be posting such horrific photos on your site. When the mainstream media and government glosses over the U.S. losses in situations like these then that is removes the emotional connection from the equation. It is much easier to believe that war is a valid solution to solve conflicts if you haven't been exposed to how bad it is for everyone.

When photos are posted in the mainstream media of deceased Iraq's, Sudanese, etc... why isn't the outrage on the same level as when deceased American soldiers are depicted? Let's not kid ourselves. There is a lot of sick shit going on in this world.

I heard lyrics to a song once, it was written about 2 American marines who died brutally after being kidnapped in Iraq...their ages if I remember correctly were 21 and 25...the chorus struck me...here are the lyrics...
"this is the face, of war, not some political debate, not some article you read in the paper, or some opinion that you have weighed
.... its bombs in your bed, its blood at your feet, its fighting for friends with a corpse at your feet, its fear in a bag, its love and its hate, its satan himself, opening the gates"
I think you did a great job in being honest with what you have witnessed. That is real and honest photojournalism. If there is a God, especially if there is a Christ, it would undoubtedly weep at the tragic fact that barbarianism like this (and not only in this war, but in so many places) still exists. Its important that people like you make distant and unaffected people like us look in the true face of war.

Disgusting scene, but it is what it is. Thanks for being a real Journalist. It is of the utmost importance that we know, and see the truth. Propaganda, lies, and sugarcoated half truths have no place in an informed democratic society. Too much of our "informational" sources and media outlets are suspicious, fictitious, and lack all credibility. The only outlet for the raw, unadultarated truth these days is the internet. 2 Thumbs up for defiant journalist, the internet, and the infowar.

I remember being with 2/3 G Company when this happened. I was at the Sitcher IP station and we spent a solid week searching for any clues as to how this was planned or executed. A good friend of mine from Pennsylvania lost his friend(Sergeant JP) in the blast. Since then my whole generation has got out of the Corps and worked on continuing our own lives. Some of us went back to Afghanistan for more.

It initially pissed me off that such things were able to be seen by Joe Blow back here in the US as he pleased. But over time it occurred to me that this is part of the reason nobody really understands what we go through over there. Because they don't -see- it. People don't understand things they've not seen or heard or been through to some degree. We can talk about it all we want but until it's brought to people and put right in their face they just won't understand.

I am no longer upset about anything that happens on this website. You deserve at least as much credit as the armed members you stand next to. I personally thank you for bringing this event to America's front door.

This is what religious fanatisism will do. we must be on our guard against those who will kill for thier imaginary god. I dont just mean Islamics but Jews and Christians as well. This is what believing in iron age myths will make some deluded people do

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I say that the issue discussed in this forum is quite interesting and of high quality.

REALITY sucks but it's there... as these photos show

So many marine lives and innocent Iraqi lives wasted, lost in such horrific ways...

No matter what anyone says, the world knows this was an ILLEGAL war. The US should have never sent their men who sadly delivered under such false pretences and notions, that this is being done under the banner of 'freedom' for Iraqis. It is confirmed Iraq had NOTHING to do with 9/11 or Osama. Nor was it a threat to the western world. It was percieved to be a threat to Israel, for no other reason other than Iraq is an Islamic nation. Oh and not forgetting the main prize which Iraq harboured and the invaders had their eye on: Black Gold.

It needs to end. So does the belief and practice by US govt. that it has the right to go policing the world when ever it wants, whilst at same time depriving it's own people of the truth, resources, wasted lives, broken hearts and loss of respect for humannity.

It should NEVER have happened. Soldiers would be alive today and iraqi lives saved from the hell they have been seeing for so long.

As someone who has been to Iraq twice, and seen many horrors, I firmly believe that these pictures should not be displayed in this manner. The Marines in these pictures should be given a little more dignity, then having their pictures thrown on a "photo journal" to further the appeal of one said persons political agenda. I for one, would not want a picture of my dead body to be displayed on the internet as some kind of wake up call. If you want a wake up call, then turn on the news and look at the statistics. It is not that hard to figure out with death tolls staggering in the thousands, that it is a horrific scene. If you would like to see horrible scenes like this, then go enlist and serve your country! How would you feel to have the picture of your dead son/daughter plastered all over the internet. I know this is a great "motivater" to make Americans complain even more then they already do, but these are real people! Think about it! Cudos Maj Dent!

The courage u have shown is what true journalism stands for, being a journalist i never faced any such unfortunate incident.I hope people who exicute such destruction will understand that violence can never achive peace.One need to understand that winning your enemy is better option than killing.
Whole world is watching you so keep up the good work

May you rot in hell for preserving this memory for the family and friends of these men. A child should never have to find something like this when searching the internet for their father. Nothing you have done has indicated anything other than your acted to promote your own personal agenda.
Three days? Those pictures are just as horrible a year and a half later, but three days? I suppose that was out of respect for the families?? Three days to grieve before being hitting them with this.
Did you attempt to forewarn the families that you would be posting these photos of their loved ones?
Unidentifiable? You honestly believed that these photos would would make the men unidentifiable to the family??
For those that state these photos honor the dead, your personal opinion does not apply to these men. Did anyone ask the families that knew these men in life if they would feel honored in death with these photos?
For those of you that "needed" to see these photos to know the horror and tragedy of war - you are idiots. Seriously, you thought war was a slumber party and needed to see these photos exploiting the dead woke you up. No wonder Americans are thought of as naive and childlike. So, the families of these men are to suffer for your stupidity...
As for the photography, where are the photos of the positive things being accomplished there? You were embedded to report on the area, yet declined to attend a meeting with the tribal sheiks and community leaders taking a stand for their freedom? Too boring for you, I imagine. Sounds to me you were looking for something to profit from and you found it.
As I said, rot in hell.

This is amazing work.

I know you're trying to get the reality of war out to the public, and give them a glimpse of what Hell is like. The photographs are amazing, it truly does get the image across, but I just don't agree with the dead Marines being photographed and placed in a public venue. The second picture of the Marines even allowed you to see the dismembered face of one of them. Personally I disagree with that 100%. Those brave men who lost their lives that day do not need to have their pictures floating around the internet for God and country to see. The general public may not know who they are and they may not care, but some do and I find it grossly disrespectful.

war is messed up but im very grateful for our troops overseas and in two years 3 months and 4 days ill be signing up to join them

i was there that day on june 26 2008 and honest to god i remember your ass. i never thought you would post those pictures man. thats so disrespectful. i was just online, just to see if there was anything about what i saw that day... and i was actually hoping that there was nothing to remind of exactly what i saw. But hey man....... good job on putting pictures of dead marines and good iraqi people on the internet. i hope someone gets to see their HUSBAND , SON, BROTHER, FAMILY MEMBERS face blown up... PUT A FRAME ON IT AND SLAP IT IN THE LIVING ROOM GUY!

Wow, what a tragic accident ...

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true photojournalism wish there was more stop hiding the truth about suicide bombers

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Good to show the world the truth,it proves that people didn't learned a thing from their mistakes in the past.

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I am a family member of an American soldier killed that day. I am sure your picture of those men lying dead is him. Its more painful today than it was 2 years ago to see these images. Politics aside, we miss our Soldier.

Oh my god. This is very brutal. I can't imagine our country man being like those killers. But thank god it's not. Let's just pray for those who are not lucky enough to survived the tragedy.

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Very informative...
A bit disturbing I will admit but the question remains
Why can't we all just get along?
Seriously when are these cowardly acts going to end?

To make informed decisions about war, we need to see the reality of the situation. That means using color for photos of the dead. Black and White filters out their humanity and disfigures their appearance to the point of looking inhuman. It is not artistic. It is cliche and fake.

Censorship is a crime against creation.

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People especialy American People need to View this!! In my eyes its as if Us as Americans should take a step back and realize what we are doin to ourselves. War isnt a pretty sight. Specialy war that isnt with any true meaning cept for control of natural recourses and politics. I understand the terrorism need to be met with a swift reply, but in the long run its a never ending trend. The End is here and we are all at the hands of the Lord when final judgment is upon us. WAKE UP AMERICA!! We have become not what we say we stand for.. We have become what we say we stand to defeat!! Our own enemies are our own Gov, and ourselves. To all the Brave Men And Women of our Armed services Theres nothin I nor we can say or do to repay you for what yall do for us! My payers are with you!! To the Warriors Who dont and will never make it home My prayers are also with you!!

Nobody ever wins a war!

How realistic photographs.I am really wordless..........

Great job!For the photographer this means thinking of her or himself not so much as a reporter to he rest of the world but,rather, as a recorder for those involved in the events photographed.

That's so sad.

It's really see how this should be a wake up call to all who see them as briefly mentioned in the mainstream media night. so I understand what the thing if they were my friends and family.

people being grabbed and disappeared into the night...
this is so cruel. I am dreaming for peace...

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Very touching, right to the heart...

Hello, I don't mean to be a party pooper or anything but out of respect for the families of the Marine Corps could you please remove pictures of dead American Marines. My father is a Marine and I can tell you that families would not appreciate having the faces of their dead family member on the internet. Again, I don't mean to be a party pooper but out of respect, not because I don't agree. I respect your work and appreciate you going out there and recording the reality of the war.

These pictures by a real photographer is simply an eye opener to me. It depicts the extent of destruction due to terrorism in the world

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