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The most powerful photographs of the year


ams4127

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carver

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Some very disturbing photos in your link but the best one is at the very end.

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Aitchbee

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I had a look, and will keep my impressions of them, to myself.

except to say, the Amy tribute photo stood out, for me.

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interzone55

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Picture 28: I find it very odd that some people think cigarettes, wine glasses and a Malibu bottle are suitable tributes to a person killed by drink and drug addiction.

(yes, I know it was alcohol that killed her, but the heroin addiction probably didn't do her any good in the long run)

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Aitchbee

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alan14 - me too.

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Aitchbee

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...and may I add, the photograph's addiction overtones, linger in the eye of the beholder...is that not the point of the image?

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interzone55

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Mind you, I'm fairly sure the last thing Jesus would want to see at the Second Coming is a cross...

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Aitchbee

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fourm member - that's just too much...magic...wondrous. thanks.

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