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20060403 | 01:23 pm

I wish I knew her story. For some reason I am hesitant to talk with anyone while I am photographing, then when I get back home and view the photos on my computer, I wish so much that I had at least given my card to the people I had photographed so they could get a photo if they wanted. Maybe next time I will be more thoughtful of this. Please view larger version at deviantART or Flickr.

No More Body Bags

Photo by Danny Hammontree

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Danny Hammontree

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from: dannyhammontree
date: 20060412 08:37 pm (UTC)
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that is what i guessed too :)

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Eve

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from: soul_pages
date: 20060403 07:55 pm (UTC)
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beautiful.

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Danny Hammontree

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from: dannyhammontree
date: 20060412 08:37 pm (UTC)
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thank you :)

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Solstyce Calé

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from: essenceofthemus
date: 20060404 11:38 pm (UTC)
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you should publish a book some day...

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Danny Hammontree

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from: dannyhammontree
date: 20060412 08:39 pm (UTC)
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someday i do hope too :)


i'm not sure what kind of demand there would be for it, but it sure would feel great ;)

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Ivy

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from: coolest_mommy
date: 20060405 12:24 am (UTC)
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She's wearing military boots and all geared up, I love this photo. I agree no more body bags
I had one of my family members die in April 04

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Danny Hammontree

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from: dannyhammontree
date: 20060412 08:40 pm (UTC)
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:( thank you...

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Res

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from: resqdog51
date: 20060529 07:32 am (UTC)
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Maybe just a card that has your name and your LJ address on it?

So they can come and see and maybe contact you if they like, but maybe not so personal that you will feel uncomfortable handing it to them?


And you really do take such wonderful photos. People ought to be able to see what you have made of them, what you see in them, what you help others see.

I'm willing to bet this lady has no idea how she looks/looked, and would be extraordinarily honoured to see.

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