#61: I See Something…

«When I took this photograph, I did not take the photograph of a refugee. I did not take the photograph of a disabled woman. I was photographing love. I was photographing a couple who are more in love with each other than anybody I have ever met in my life. And this is a photograph of love.»

«And that is when I realized I am not a war photographer. I document love.»

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