I just wanted you all to see this:
A photo essay from a Magnum photographer about the chernobyl disaster.
It's what photo journalistic photography is about.
It rocked my world in so many ways... it's indescribable.
It represents everything photography is meant to be -> MAKING AN IMPACT.
And this has made an impact.
I would like everyone too see it, to feel it, and to cry.
Because the ones that never cry, have no heart. (And no, you cynical bastards, this is not EMO. This is life.)
I now understand why the group is called Magnum. Because their photos hit you like a bullet in the head from a .44 Magnum.
Just take a look and think.
For the love of god, think.