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Thank you for this link.
Sorry, NeoMaxi, I thought the description would be enough.
The photographer's comments underneath are interesting: she clearly feels guilty that she didn't actually stop the man from assaulting the woman, and she explains that she has the woman's permission to publish the pictures.
I think you needed to mention that the images contained children witnessing violence. I never expected that and now I feel sick.
Domestic violence is so outrageous!! Hope this kind of things would be eliminated.
This may be triggering.Photojournalist documents the build up to and the aftermath of an incident of domestic violence. lightbox.time.com/2013/02/27/photographer-as-witness-a-portrait-of-domestic-violence/?iid=lb-gal-viewagn#1Incredibly powerful images. I stumbled upon them after a friend posted this on FB - a piece comparing war and domestic violence.
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