This is a poignant (and concise) Memorial Day article that I only just got around to reading now. Beautiful, powerful imagery.
Source: The New York Times
Just lost an hour to this thread. When I saw Dorothy Counts I lost it completely. The dignity that she showed. And the protester in Tienamen Square.
So hard to comprehend how humans are so cruel, dignified, brave, insignificant, loving, destructive and apathetic,
The photo that showed one billionth of a percent of the known universe, and was still inconceivably big, has put me in an existential mood. Sorry if this wasnt very clear, im completely disjointed at this moment.
(tw: violence on a fair few of the images - some do not have warnings on the page.)
One of the best reddit threads I’ve ever come across.
This sequence of photos really laid on the sad.