Vietnam is the war that a generation thought would never end, yet now, as Vietnam veterans on both sides get older and die, the memories are fading, the markers disappearing. Mr. Faas died in 2012.
Mr. Page believes a photograph’s power lies in the physical print, the opportunity it provides us to go back to it, time and time again, to live it, caress it, listen to it. The Internet, with its illusion of immediacy, has changed photography’s role.
War’s Lingering Requiem In Vietnam —NY Times
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