And I thought, because I'm a photographer, this is incredible- I could actually take it in- moments, full of humanity, that told me more than the endless repetition of the same awful scenes, where one is shown everything and ultimately nothing.
So, if you are frustrated by the network coverage, and really want to see what's going on in a way that actually communicates what life is like in Japan at this time, please go to The Big Picture.
Incredible pictures, communicating tragedy, frustration, destruction of a way of life and also hope and the resilience of a nation.
|A sampling of the photographs published by the Boston Globe on The Big Picture|
Remember the SuperDome!
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