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Tuesday 31st October 2017 1:15 am
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Mon 20th Aug 2018 19:27
I think that was the most difficult picture I have ever taken. Knowing I would leave Gulu unable to change that childs situation.
This child probably was suffering from bilharzia by the look of his distended stomach, at that time there were no medical practitioners on site to leave medication with, we did what we could and sadly buggered off.
I have taken photographs of the dead, and those violently rendered dead, that was much easier than this.
Thank you Rachel.
Mon 20th Aug 2018 11:33
"A picture worth a thousand words..."
How does one respond adequately?
Mon 20th Aug 2018 10:15
Just reviewing some of the photographs I have put on over my time at WoL. I feel like these pictures seem hidden, or at least people seem unable or unwilling to respond to them.
Why is that?
Tue 31st Oct 2017 02:25
For all those who think they are poor, take a close look.
This wretched child was wandering around Gulu with other apparent orphans at the time of our arrival. What population there was were predominantly adult males armed with AK47s, LRA in the making. Some men still shackled in ball and chain having escaped from the town prison when its staff had fled the fighting.
We had flown in during daylight as night flying was not possible at that time, we had limited space as we had arrived by helicopter, we left the place as we had found it, stinking of death with only the prospect of more to come.
Over two decades before the informed social media saints and bleeding hearts had ever even heard of the LRA or a man called Kony, the diplomatic service and the British Army in very small numbers were on the ground trying to help and seek accord, (surprise surprise bleeding hearts, we're not all baby killers, didn't see them whilst I was there) what the fuck did Facebook do, what did youtube do please remind me? raised awareness and then faded into the ethernet... oh yes that'll be fuck all then.
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