"I've long been fascinated by the view through the window of a Humvee," Chris Hondros once shared in an interview, "as it rolls through the cities or deserts of Afghanistan and Iraq. The view affords a paradoxical kind of intimacy ... [F]or a journalist, it's a unique opportunity to observe something much harder to witness while out in the open: Afghans going about their mundane, day-to-day lives. It's a precious window on a world that remains opaque and mysterious to most Americans.”
The late Chris Hondros was a great conflict #photographer. But his quieter pictures speak volumes, too. Visit the link in our bio to see a war photographer’s #Afghanistan through a #Humvee window.
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