i will no longer be using this one.
For the past seven years, David Guttenfelder has witnessed and documented the changing landscape of Afghanistan. Guttenfelder is the chief Asia photographer for The Associated Press and over the past seven years has offered the general public a close-up, intimate look at the lives of troops fighting in the mountains and remote regions of Afghanistan.
Our great failure has been to keep these soldiers constantly in our public eye, to connect their sacrifice with our security, to weigh decisions of war and peace with them in front of us - not as abstract principles but as flesh-and-blood human beings.
… One thing one takes from these images is the constant press of heat exhaustion. These soldiers are not merely fighting an entrenched, vicious and ubiquitous enemy; they are doing so in an extraordinarily tough environment. The stress and the heat and the lack of sleep and the exposure in an almost lunar landscape at times: these photos bring that alive.
i wouldnt care if no one read this blog honestly. Its made for me to just bullshit on constantly. but on a serious note thankyou my many many followers to take time out of your day to read about my nonsense. i do appreciate it.
btw feel free to aim me. mj0125. im always up for conversation.
it has all become & continue’s to become so deep it can’t be expressed through any type of communication. so i’ll continue to go to the skies for the answers.
If ever there was a person that i feel can understand me it would be shiny. Its ironic that her and I share so much in common yet live two completely different lives… it go to show your not alone.
btw shiny YOU TOOK THE WORDS FROM MY MIND.
One of my favorite photos of vintage New York City. This is Times Square, circa 1950.
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it hurts me to know that my dad ended up being like every other fxking asshole out there who cheats and lies. But it hurts me more that he was such a great dad growing up.