The Washington Post: â€˜It’s still hard to look at’. “The story behind the searing photo of Charlottesville’s worst day”.
“On April 16, [Ryan Kelly] and his wife were flying home from Amsterdam, where he had accepted an award for the photo. “We landed, I turned on my phone, and it was just swamped with texts and tweets and calls,“ Kelly said.
He had won the Pulitzer Prize for breaking-news photography, an accolade that leaves him both proud and pensive.
“I’ve also been very aware that it came at the expense of the death of Heather Heyer, of dozens of other people being injured, of Charlottesville being torn apart,“ Kelly said, […]. “I think about that every day.“ “
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