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U.S. Marines at Hue, South Vietnam, Feb 1968. by Don McCullin

Donald McCullin, (born Finsbury Park, London, England) is an internationally known British photojournalist, particularly recognised fo.

The morning after a long night awaiting a Viet Cong ambush that never came. 40 miles East of Saigon, Vietnam, 1965 | por Jared Enos

The morning after a long night awaiting a Viet Cong ambush that never came. 40 miles East of Saigon, Vietnam, 1965 - Photo Colorization and Restoration done by Jared Enos

don mccullin landscape photos - Google Search

don mccullin landscape photos - Google Search

Lebanon civil war, young Christians with the body of a Palestinian girl, Beirut, Lebanon, 1976 2006 © Don McCULLIN (CONTACT PRESS IMAGES)

Lebanon civil war, young Christians with the body of a Palestinian girl, Beirut, Lebanon, © Don McCullin

© James Nachtwey, Sans titre, 1993

James Nachtwey

Outside Brcko."In a small Bosnian village outside the town of Brcko, what had once been a park became a cemetery. All of the able, young men in the village were called upon to defend their families and homes from constant attacks by the Serbian army.

Don McCullin

Don McCullin - Catholic youth escaping a CS gas assault in the Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland Gelatin silver print © Don McCullin / Contact Press Images

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Pride will do that. It kills, all around it too. Some go through life without ever being completely broken and by way of avoiding such trials pride and entitlement take root and go deep. Once that happens a person is capable of justifying any and everything, even to the point of destroying others. I know people who have never faced brokenness and instead have achieved temporal success through cleverness, but in the end they will always be wanting. There must be humility to be truly human.

Pride will do that. It kills, all around it too. Some go through life without ever being completely broken and by way of avoiding such trials pride and entitlement take root and go deep. Once that happens a person is capable of justifying any and everything, even to the point of destroying others. I know people who have never faced brokenness and instead have achieved temporal success through cleverness, but in the end they will always be wanting. There must be humility to be truly human.

Recreating Photographs From The Vietnam War - Hue City, Don McCullin 1968

A video recreation of Don McCullins 1968 image from the American War in Vietnam, taken during the Battle of Hue, the original image is seen on the link below.

Karantina 1976, Don Mccullin

Don McCullin - 1977 Photo Contest

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