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Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and Iraq
Pictures of men, women,
boys and girls
living under the
effect of war
are to be put out for
public viewing on
4 and 5 of November,
at Room S12, Fukushima University.

It is a part of the
university event which
takes place every fall.
Some of the pictures were
taken in Hiroshima and Nagasaki
after arms for mass destruction were
dropped there from
American airplanes.

Other pictures were
taken by the Japanese named
Takashi Morizumi in
Iraq after the war made by the U.S.
Though Mr. Bush said that the
operation was done by "pinpoint" attacks,
it is clear from the pictures
that there are beautiful boys and girls
damaged or wounded by the
Other young ones are
living in danger.
They are in need of help.
| Fukushima University | 17:40 | comments(2) | trackbacks(0) | pookmark |
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The idea is very good. I could even say "beautiful", becouse children are beautiful. Showing the sufferings they are exposed to, innocently, is very important, always.
The picture is very effective, delicate, tender, showing protection but in a way that advises of perils.
I liked it very much.
| Tancredo Neto | 2006/11/06 12:59 PM |
It's very kind of you, Mr. Neto, coming from Brazil and putting a note here. Though Mr. Morizumi has taken more shocking pictures, he seems to have an idea that the pictures of beautiful boys and girls have a different sort of power.
| Ryotasan | 2006/11/13 4:38 PM |

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