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Apologies for the prolonged pause in feed. Professional / Personal life took a busy turn. Breaking the pause to keep a promise I made to @rz.photos.
He asked me who I thought were the best IGers in Iraq who I personally follow. The following is that list:
@alexandrahowland @bram_anna @daltonlthomas @felipedana @martynaimpictures @ali.arkady @nzcam
They are not all pro photojournalists or even photographers, but each has a great individual eye for a visual story. I’ve probably left off some really great photographers so if there is someone who really should be on that list then please leave me a comment!
The shot is an old one from Iraq in April 2017.
I've only just started really training to provide medical cover for anyone other than myself. It was something that I found much more satisfying then I expected.
It's something that I don't really get the opportunity to practise much as I normally have a camera in my hands but maybe in the future... In this shot, a team medic for Team Rubicon sticks a plaster to one of the younger villagers after giving a her an injection.