Friend, hero, inspiration, national treasure, its difficult to chose one portrayal as Don is all of these things to me. Like most aspiring photojournalists of my generation, Don represented everything that inspired me, the epitome and embodiment of everything that was great about photojournalism. The first photography book I ever bought was Homecoming, and it is still one of my favourites- little did I know then at that tender age that the author -my hero- would become such a close friend.
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