Sometimes I think, I’d dye my hair a lavender color if I could get away with it. But who am I kidding? I’m too much of a chicken for a change like that.
Alfred Eisenstaedt: Mother and child in Hiroshima, Japan, December 1945.
Alfred Eisenstaedt’s picture of a mother and child in the wasteland of 1945 Hiroshima is not a political or a philosophical or an ideological photograph. It simply, quietly commands us to pay attention.
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