There are lots of things that we photographers have to work around. One of those things is bad light. Another one is reflections. Have you ever tried to shoot a subject that is behind a piece of glass? If you have, you know what I'm talking about. Reflections, glare, even dirty fingerprints can all get in the way of creating a gorgeous picture, even if you're 100 percent sure that a gorgeous picture lies just beyond that piece.
By John C. McManus Back at the main column, General Terry and Colonel Gibbon watched as a lone horseman, Bradley’s runner (Private Henry Rice from H Company), rode across the river and up to them. Rice’s face was pale and flushed and his voice trembled as he spoke: “I have a very sad report to make. I have counted one-hundred-ninety seven bodies lying on the hills!” Horror-stricken, everyone stared at Private Rice for a few seconds. “White men?”.
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