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Charles Haughey

Charles Haughey

Charlie Haughey, a retired cabinet maker, was drafted to the US Army in 1967. While being stationed in Vietnam, Haughey was told by his commanding officer to document the war. The twist was that the photos were not to be shot of traditional combat, but as morale boosting photographs of the unit. After leaving Vietnam, Charlie brought the negatives back to ...

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Rob Whitworth

Rob Whitworth

Rob Whitworth is an Asia based time lapse photographer also specialising in architectural and food photography. He gained his first-class honours degree in Photography from Norwich School of Art & Design, UK. He is always looking for exciting new commissions and loves to combine his work with travel.His latest time lapse work ‘Traffic in Frenetic HCMC‘ explores the chaotic traffic ...

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Philip Jones Griffiths

Philip Jones Griffiths

British photographer, born and educated in Wales, who studied pharmacy but turned to freelance photography in 1961. In his first overseas assignment (1962) he covered the war in Algeria for Observer Magazine. In Vietnam from 1968–70 for Magnum (of which he became a full member in 1971) he covered the ‘Zippo Brigade’ and the Tet offensive near Saigon. The focus of his approach in Vietnam was not ...

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Пещеры Вьетнама

Пещеры Вьетнама

За последние годы во Вьетнаме было открыто двадцать новых пещер, в том числе и гигантская пещера Хан Сон Дунг (название можно перевести как «Пещера горной реки»). На самом деле местные племена, живущие в джунглях давно знали об этой пещере, но они ее боялись из-за свистящих звуков, которые издает подземная река, текущая в этой пещере. Мировая общественность узнала об этом чуде ...

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