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At 09:08 AM, you wrote: >I saw a BBC documentary on photography tonight. It's called Decisive >Moments: the photographs that made history. This time photographs of the >1960's were shown. > >Larry Burrows (with his Leica's) was shown photographing the Vietnam War >for Life Magazine. >Does anybody know of some books with the work of Larry Burrows in it? And >same the question also for the work of Tim Page. There's a book out about a Requiem to Vietnam Photographers, can't remember the name, but Dirck Halstead, TIME photographer has just announced a web page on the subject. I haven't been there yet, but here's the URL. (should be up real soon!). http://digitaljournalist.org Enjoy! (By the way, the book is something like $55 USD. If I find the title, I'll let you all know). ========== Eric Welch St. Joseph, MO http://www.ponyexpress.net/~ewelch Is reading in the bathroom considered Multi-Tasking?