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Can you please introduce more historical images from Sygma/Bettmann.
I really want to read more behind the lens.
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[...] Melanie Burford See Melanie’s story about the fishing families of Saint Bernard Parish [...]
[...] The results of her one-week visit can be seen on the Corbis blog: “Fishing Families Wait For Oil to Land in St. Bernard Parish.” [...]
I would like to link to this post on my blog and also post the top fisherman photo-give you full credit ….but this part of the story is so critical-we rarely hear about the fishermen on the news….at all….
thank you for this beautiful post…and remembering who and what matters…
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Wow. The dangers of oil are profound everywhere!
Thank you for spotlighting photography of the oil spill. A picture is worth a thousand words.
BP is restricting photography of the spill. See: http://www.newsweek.com/2010/05/26/the-missing-oil-spill-photos.html
Not willing to give into the notion of doing nothing, the Center for a Better South has launched a new project to shine a different light on what’s happening in the Gulf. The center, a pragmatic nonpartisan policy think tank, has started a collaborative photo blog — http://www.BetterGulf.org — to pair vivid images of what the spill means to people with their stories and perspectives.
Please encourage everyone to send photos of the spill to http://www.bettergulf.org
Together we can show and document the truth.
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