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    War photography: why we don't want to see it

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    Re: War photography: why we don't want to see it

    Jung said we derive happiness and joy from witnessing the pain and suffering of others because it reaffirms for one's self that it was someone else, my "me" that suffered. People will always want to see war photos, crash photos, etc ...

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    Re: War photography: why we don't want to see it

    Thanks for the link Johnastovall....... Just finished watching the movie "War Photographer " A documentary about Photographer James Nachtwey...... very good ....

    http://www.war-photographer.com/

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