‘To get upset by photographs of the dead Gaddafi is to pretend we did not know we went to war at all.’ Photographer Lopez Jean Baptiste/Sipa
Interesting article in the Guardian titled The west wrings its hands over dead Gaddafi photos, but war is always hell: The stench of doublethink is more noxious than any vapour emerging from the meat store in Misrata [click text to read].
One of the many photographers I was following during the conflict in Libya was Christopher Morris. His work to me is a poignant piece of considered photojournalism to be remembered. You can view a PhotoEssay he did for Time by clicking here