Having just returned from the funeral of Christian Maillard, I'm incapable of saying anything about current events. Christian was a man who mattered in the photo world. His honesty, his ability, his natural kindness and instinctive empathy for others made him a rare man. Not every death is unjust, but his was especially. Many of us were there to pay him tribute. He deserved it. Salut, Christian.
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