Anyone associated with photojournalism in the 60’s through the 90’s is familiar with the name Henri Bureau. His image of the burning oil refineries in Abadan, Iran during the Iran/Iraq war in 1980 viewed from the back of an Iranian Soldier that is on his home page www.henribureau.com will forever be emblazoned in my photographic memory.
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