In my darkest hour I reached for a hand and found a paw shirt

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In my darkest hour I reached for a hand and found a paw shirt

She was a military photographer. In my darkest hour I reached for a hand and found a paw shirt. Why would you presume that showing this would be inappropriate? It’s the ultimate culmination of her work and her final contribution to documenting what soldiers go through. It’s sad, but it also honors her at the same time. Clayton was taking these photos for a reason. Her photo is a testament to what war is really like. We tend to view it as this far away thing. We tend to not think about it much. This photo puts us on the spot, forcing us to think that this is the last thing she saw. And if that makes people in positions of power think more carefully about what’s at stake.

In my darkest hour I reached for a hand and found a paw shirt

 

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In my darkest hour I reached for a hand and found a paw unisex

 

In my darkest hour I reached for a hand and found a paw sweater
In my darkest hour I reached for a hand and found a paw sweater

 

In my darkest hour I reached for a hand and found a paw longsleeve tee
In my darkest hour I reached for a hand and found a paw longsleeve tee

 

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In my darkest hour I reached for a hand and found a paw ladies tee

 

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In my darkest hour I reached for a hand and found a paw hoodie

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I think it’s very worth it. Usually our images of death and In my darkest hour I reached for a hand and found a paw shirt. To have her last image she took published for the world to see is an honor for the photographer who gave her life to get these images. If you don’t like it, don’t look. If you don’t get it, don’t speak. There are worse deaths we’ll never see photographs of, and they are the reality of war and the soldiers our war mongering leaders send to ‘protect our freedom’. The irony is, their deaths aren’t protecting us, their presence continues the hate towards the US. It enacts a response. It causes the viewer to either confirm or change their course and question or affirm their destination. It challenges belief. It is the very definition of art.

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