I met Suzanne Opton in 2008 at FotoFest in Houston where she was presenting her series “Soldier. After several attempts, she found a squadron that would allow her to take pictures of their young soldiers returning from Irak. She had the idea – it must have seemed strange to them- to have the soldiers place their bare heads on a table.
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