Whenever my neighbors here in peaceful Hong Kong complain about some trivial thing, a late bus, an untrimmed lawn, I say "think of Syria... think of Ukraine ".
Quote from the article:
"We got to the site of the shelling in less than an hour after the explosion. The first thing we saw was a dead woman's body lying on the ground, she had been like that for at least half an hour. By shooting this picture I wanted to convey the banality of the horror happening here." End quote.
Vs the banality of our own petty concerns.
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