"I covered death in Somalia in 1992, when it was probably one of the worse place in the world. It was pretty short, maybe two weeks, but it made almost everything else I photographed feel less important. The first thing I did after I came back was to take a year off of work and ride my bike across the United States. There were a couple of signs on the road saying The loneliest road in America."
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