Photographer's Note

I don’t know why I didn’t upload this photograph before. I wasn’t particularly happy with it when it was taken, and a few days later, when I saw this superb one, I completely evacuated the idea of posting it. I think the message within it is worth sharing though.

Improve. Ourselves and our relation with others. This room is situated in the Red Cross International Museum, where I also took this photograph, exactly the same day. Visualizing so many war crimes, even though through the prism and the distance of a museum, is an exhausting experience mind wise. But from the moment we feel concerned, only. It is never too late to feel concerned and to improve. To become somehow better, whatever that might mean.

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Additional Photos by Gal Eota (Galeota) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1682 W: 329 N: 2206] (10352)
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