Photographer Lalage Snow’s powerful series of triptychs titled We Are The Not Dead depict the faces of British servicemen before, during and after (left to right) their deployment to Afghanistan, spanning a period of seven months. The images are as striking as they are revealing, highlighting not only the physical transformations but the emotional ones, as well.
Lalage Snow is a photographer, journalist and filmmaker currently based in Kabul, Afghanistan.
What do you do when a man is killed in the streets where you live? According to some wonderful humans, you call for the mass slaughter of all those who practice the same religion that the killers may practice!
There was a horrific attack today in Woolwich in southeast London. Two men attacked…
This is not a monster holding hands with a little girl. This is Adolf Hitler, a man, holding hands with a little girl. Yeah. It’s freaking scary. It really is. Do you know why? It’s because you’re seeing that he wasn’t, in fact, a monster. You’re seeing in this picture that he was a man. He was a man, and that’s really the saddest part of it all.
NO I’M PRETTY SURE THE SADDEST PART WAS THE GENOCIDE
What the fuck am I reading? That’s all you need to wave off someone’s atrocities nowadays? Pic of them holding the hand of a little girl?
You don’t write off genocide. All these Hitler lovers are tiring as hell pulling stunts like this. Like how do you first sympathize with a killer before you even acknowledge the killed. All this psychopathic killer glorification and victimisation is so fucking corny.
The point is that he was human. He was capable of appearing charming and caring yet he was also capable of horrible atrocities. It suites how.deceptive appearances are. It’s terrifying.
Stfu that’s not the point at all, don’t play stupid. The point was to use the picture to skew the point of view and go from that of the victims to that of the killer. I don’t give a fuck if Hitler did yoga in the morning, trimmed his lawn, and tipped his soldiers well. He was still a shitty human being, and no cutesy picture is going to erase that or derail his truest racist intentions.
a terrible person is still a person and is therefore capable of feeling normal human emotions such as sympathy. this entire argument is unnecessary