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Discussion in 'Photojournalism, Candids and Street Photography' started by Aqualung, Apr 20, 2011.
From The WSJ:
That is sad. Very dangerous line of work, but you always hope they'll live through those stories.
Edit: Updated report says Mr. Hondros has succumbed to his injuries as well.
gah, a colleague of mine from my Reuters days is in Misrata right now.
i worry about Yiannis.
Far too many have fallen in the past few weeks…
As a military member myself, I must state these were brave men...
Last work of Hondros......:frown:
A high school classmate of mine is a Getty PJ and colleague of Hondros, and posted this on his Facebook wall. So I'm passing it along here.
In lieu of flowers, the loved ones of Chris Hondros kindly request donations be made to The Chris Hondros Fund. This fund will provide scholarships for aspiring photojournalists and raise awareness of issues surrounding conflict photography.
The Chris Hondros Fund
c/o Christina Piaia
50 Bridge Street No. 414
Brooklyn, New York 1120
A nice story on Chris in today's Boston Globe.