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https://plus.google.com/117178799694303192772 Александр Глинский :  by Horst Faas...
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https://plus.google.com/106601803163898822194 ilyess amri : Horst Faas
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https://plus.google.com/102834837881664727403 Christopher Andrukiewicz : Horst Faas
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https://plus.google.com/100408406335403725549 RRUMEDIA ads : I've never escaped from that moment: Girl in napalm photograph that defined the Vietnam War 42 years...
I've never escaped from that moment: Girl in napalm photograph that defined the Vietnam War 42 years 

It only took a second for Associated Press photographer Huynh Cong Ut to snap the iconic black-and-white image 42 years ago. 
It communicated the horrors of the Vietnam War in a way words could never describe, helping to end one of the most divisive wars in American history.
But beneath the photo lies a lesser-known story. It's the tale of a dying child brought together by chance with a young photographer.

A moment captured in the chaos of war that would serve as both her savior and her curse on a journey to understand life's plan for her.
'I really wanted to escape from that little girl,' says Kim Phuc, now 49. 'But it seems to me that the picture didn't let me go.'
Kim Phuc giving a lecture at Oundle Festival of Literature in Cambridgeshire in 2010
Kim Phuc giving a lecture at Oundle Festival of Literature in Cambridgeshire in 2010
It was June 8, 1972, when Phuc heard the soldier's scream: 'We have to run out of this place! They will bomb here, and we will be dead!'
Seconds later, she saw the tails of yellow and purple smoke bombs curling around the Cao Dai temple where her family had sheltered for three days, as north and south Vietnamese forces fought for control of their village.
The little girl heard a roar overhead and twisted her neck to look up. As the South Vietnamese Skyraider plane grew fatter and louder, it swooped down toward her, dropping canisters like tumbling eggs flipping end over end.
'Ba-boom! Ba-boom!'
The ground rocked. Then the heat of a hundred furnaces exploded as orange flames spit in all directions.
Fire danced up Phuc's left arm. The threads of her cotton clothes evaporated on contact. Trees became angry torches. Searing pain bit through skin and muscle.
'I will be ugly, and I'm not normal anymore,' she thought, as her right hand brushed furiously across her blistering arm. 'People will see me in a different way.'
In shock, she sprinted down Highway 1 behind her older brother. She didn't see the foreign journalists gathered as she ran toward them, screaming.
Then, she lost consciousness.

Ut, the 21-year-old Vietnamese photographer who took the picture, drove Phuc to a small hospital. 
There, he was told the child was too far gone to help. But he flashed his American press badge, demanded that doctors treat the girl and left assured that she would not be forgotten.
'I cried when I saw her running,' said Ut, whose older brother was killed on assignment with the AP in the southern Mekong Delta. 'If I don't help her - if something happened and she died - I think I'd kill myself after that.'
Back at the office in what was then U.S.-backed Saigon, he developed his film. When the image of the naked little girl emerged, everyone feared it would be rejected because of the news agency's strict policy against nudity.
But veteran Vietnam photo editor Horst Faas took one look and knew it was a shot made to break the rules. He argued the photo's news value far outweighed any other concerns, and he won.
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https://plus.google.com/100408406335403725549 RRUMEDIA ads : I've never escaped from that moment: Girl in napalm photograph that defined the Vietnam War 42 years...
I've never escaped from that moment: Girl in napalm photograph that defined the Vietnam War 42 years 

It only took a second for Associated Press photographer Huynh Cong Ut to snap the iconic black-and-white image 42 years ago. 
It communicated the horrors of the Vietnam War in a way words could never describe, helping to end one of the most divisive wars in American history.
But beneath the photo lies a lesser-known story. It's the tale of a dying child brought together by chance with a young photographer.

A moment captured in the chaos of war that would serve as both her savior and her curse on a journey to understand life's plan for her.
'I really wanted to escape from that little girl,' says Kim Phuc, now 49. 'But it seems to me that the picture didn't let me go.'
Kim Phuc giving a lecture at Oundle Festival of Literature in Cambridgeshire in 2010
Kim Phuc giving a lecture at Oundle Festival of Literature in Cambridgeshire in 2010
It was June 8, 1972, when Phuc heard the soldier's scream: 'We have to run out of this place! They will bomb here, and we will be dead!'
Seconds later, she saw the tails of yellow and purple smoke bombs curling around the Cao Dai temple where her family had sheltered for three days, as north and south Vietnamese forces fought for control of their village.
The little girl heard a roar overhead and twisted her neck to look up. As the South Vietnamese Skyraider plane grew fatter and louder, it swooped down toward her, dropping canisters like tumbling eggs flipping end over end.
'Ba-boom! Ba-boom!'
The ground rocked. Then the heat of a hundred furnaces exploded as orange flames spit in all directions.
Fire danced up Phuc's left arm. The threads of her cotton clothes evaporated on contact. Trees became angry torches. Searing pain bit through skin and muscle.
'I will be ugly, and I'm not normal anymore,' she thought, as her right hand brushed furiously across her blistering arm. 'People will see me in a different way.'
In shock, she sprinted down Highway 1 behind her older brother. She didn't see the foreign journalists gathered as she ran toward them, screaming.
Then, she lost consciousness.

Ut, the 21-year-old Vietnamese photographer who took the picture, drove Phuc to a small hospital. 
There, he was told the child was too far gone to help. But he flashed his American press badge, demanded that doctors treat the girl and left assured that she would not be forgotten.
'I cried when I saw her running,' said Ut, whose older brother was killed on assignment with the AP in the southern Mekong Delta. 'If I don't help her - if something happened and she died - I think I'd kill myself after that.'
Back at the office in what was then U.S.-backed Saigon, he developed his film. When the image of the naked little girl emerged, everyone feared it would be rejected because of the news agency's strict policy against nudity.
But veteran Vietnam photo editor Horst Faas took one look and knew it was a shot made to break the rules. He argued the photo's news value far outweighed any other concerns, and he won.
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https://plus.google.com/101534721784347131733 Sina Hamidi : by Horst faas
by Horst faas
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https://plus.google.com/113726563520954334403 ParleyShot Commercial Photography : Who are your photographer heroes? A few of mine: Garry Winogrand, William Eggleston, Helen Levitt, John...
Who are your photographer heroes?
A few of mine: Garry Winogrand, William Eggleston, Helen Levitt, John Stanmeyer, James Nachtwey, Walker Evans, Robert Capa, Horst Faas, Kevin Carter, Don McCullin, Vivian Maier, Arthur Fellig, Eugene Smith, George Silk, John Zimmerman, Walter Iooss Jr., Neil Leifer... 

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Commercial photographer Christian Parley of ParleyShot Commercial Photography in Fresno, California specializes in business photography, editorial photography, and is the original Google Trusted Photographer in the San Joaquin Valley
Garry Winogrand's American Epic | VICE Australia / NZ

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https://plus.google.com/106598586296528198404 Rahime Ates : Horst Faas / Viet Cong stronghold(1963) Vietnamese government troops are silhouetted against palm tree...
Horst Faas / Viet Cong stronghold(1963)
Vietnamese
government troops are silhouetted against palm tree and jungle
background as they cross a wooden bridge en route to the village of Ap
Ba Nam, deep in southern Camau province on August 24, 1963, during a
5-day mission against Communists. The m...
photographsfromlife.blogspot.com/2014/06/horst-faas-viet-cong-stronghold1963.html

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https://plus.google.com/106598586296528198404 Rahime Ates : Horst Faas / Vietnamese woman(1963) With a few salvaged belongings in the background, a Vietnamese woman...
Horst Faas / Vietnamese woman(1963)
With a few salvaged belongings in the background, a Vietnamese woman
carries a baby and pulls her daughter away as their home erupts in
flames in July 1963. The woman and children may have been left behind so
as not to slow other villagers escaping into ...
Horst Faas / Vietnamese woman(1963)

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https://plus.google.com/106598586296528198404 Rahime Ates : Horst Faas / 2nd Battalion(1962) In this Aug. 1962 file photo, South Vietnamese government troops from...
Horst Faas / 2nd Battalion(1962)
In
this Aug. 1962 file photo, South Vietnamese government troops from the
2nd Battalion of the 36th Infantry sleep in a U.S. Navy troop carrier on
their way back to the Provincial capital of Ca Mau, Vietnam. (AP
Photo/Horst Faas)
Horst Faas / 2nd Battalion(1962)

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https://plus.google.com/106598586296528198404 Rahime Ates : Horst Faas / Troop helicopter (1962) A U.S. crewman runs from a crashed CH-21 Shawnee troop helicopter...
Horst Faas / Troop helicopter (1962)
A U.S. crewman runs from a crashed CH-21 Shawnee troop helicopter near
the village of Ca Mau in the southern tip of South Vietnam, Dec. 11,
1962. Two helicopters crashed without serious injuries during a
government raid on the Viet Cong-infiltrated area....
Horst Faas / Troop helicopter (1962)

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https://plus.google.com/109955044966991012617 Aaron Guyton : Flying low over the jungle, an A-1 Skyraider drops 500-pound bombs on a Viet Cong position below as ...
Flying low over the jungle, an A-1 Skyraider drops 500-pound bombs on a Viet Cong position below as smoke rises from a previous pass at the target, December 26, 1964. (AP Photo/Horst Faas) - Via In Focus: http://theatln.tc/1gy3SDD
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https://plus.google.com/110543384070183282837 Dan Daly : Horst Faas in Vietnam - amazing! Horst was a legendary photographer...... Photographer Collection: ...
Horst Faas in Vietnam - amazing!
Horst was a legendary photographer......

Photographer Collection: Horst Faas in Vietnam - amazing!!!

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Horst Faas in Vietnam - amazing!

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https://plus.google.com/113858625682764683638 Dennis Brack : A Tribute to Anja Niedringhaus, AP photographer killed covering Afghanistan’s pre-election preparations...
A Tribute to Anja Niedringhaus, AP photographer killed covering Afghanistan’s pre-election preparations by Richard  Plye, former Saigon bureau chief for the Associated Press and co author  with Horst Faas of LOST OVER LAOS is on www.presidentialpicturestories.com  .  Plye's recollections and quotes from photographers who have covered wars is worth the time to read.
PRESIDENTIAL PICTURE STORIES - Behind the Cameras at the White House

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https://plus.google.com/109157520649259208556 TexVet : Some of the photos on the attached link are disturbing, but we need to make sure some history never ...
Some of the photos on the attached link are disturbing, but we need to make sure some history never repeats itself. We also need to remember what U.S. military did to set others free. Thank you.
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Photographer Collection: Horst Faas in Vietnam » Plog

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https://plus.google.com/112276320974124394181 Raoul Simon : January 1965: Vietnamese and US troops rest after a tense night awaiting a Viet Cong ambush near the...
January 1965: Vietnamese and US troops rest after a tense night awaiting a Viet Cong ambush near the village of Binh Gia. Horst Faas/AP Photo
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https://plus.google.com/102019096592971244377 Aleaka Crooks : I worked with the photographer in Subic Bay, Philippines. his is a photo from the German two-time Pulitzer...
I worked with the photographer in Subic Bay, Philippines. his is a photo from the German two-time Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Horst Faas. The soldier in the photo is unknown but he is with the 173rd Airborne Brigade Battalion on defense duty at Phuc Vinh airstrip in South Vietnam. June 18, 1965.
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https://plus.google.com/112864669769518246654 Grzegorz Q : I worked with the photographer in Subic Bay, Philippines. his is a photo from the German two-time Pulitzer...
I worked with the photographer in Subic Bay, Philippines. his is a photo from the German two-time Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Horst Faas. The soldier in the photo is unknown but he is with the 173rd Airborne Brigade Battalion on defense duty at Phuc Vinh airstrip in South Vietnam. June 18, 1965.
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https://plus.google.com/107985143411922836900 Rafael D Jesus Ferreras Castillo : I worked with the photographer in Subic Bay, Philippines. his is a photo from the German two-time Pulitzer...
I worked with the photographer in Subic Bay, Philippines. his is a photo from the German two-time Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Horst Faas. The soldier in the photo is unknown but he is with the 173rd Airborne Brigade Battalion on defense duty at Phuc Vinh airstrip in South Vietnam. June 18, 1965.
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