Don McCullin is a British photojournalist, particularly recognised for his war photography in Cyprus, Egypt, Syria and Vietnam. He was the first photographer to be awarded a CBE.
‘ISIS’s second conquest of Palmyra astonished everyone, and fed the belief in a Syrian government conspiracy to assist ISIS.’
‘I think they are not on the right path. It’s wrong. What they are doing is wrong.’
‘Hiding in kumara pits on the side of volcanoes, I was born with an egg inside me ready to be baked.’
‘Unless you are completely shut down and in denial, there’s no way you’re getting out of this without having changed.’ Ottessa Moshfegh on 2020 and her new novel.
‘There is only one of me, she says, / but we all know there are two.’
‘But Potchikoo claims that his father is the sun in heaven that shines down on us all.’
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