The last picture is your one, but not yours.

Other two journailsts have been killed, in Syria this time, during a bombing in Homs. One of them was a french photographer, Rémi Ochlik, who had recently won a World Press Photo Award for one of his pictures from Lybia. For all the details I will post the link of the article from the New York Times.

But, while reading about this, I was thinking that when a photographer dies, it’s probably one of the rares chances to see his face published. Looks like photographers ARE their pictures for most of their lifes, particularly if you’re not a superstar, just someone who does his job well, far from the lights.  And I find it courious that the last picture published is sometimes the only one that you haven’t taken.

Other two names in the always longer list of missing journalists.