For nearly half a century I’ve looked at the world through a lens. My camera has taken me around the world more times than I can remember, into the quiet rooms when decisions that changed our world were made, and onto battlefields during war. I’ve loved every moment with my camera even when I would sometimes hate the horrors it would reveal.
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