Innocence amid violence: Northern Irish children take cover behind a British Army trooper during The Troubles in Belfast, 1986. Being next to the soldier could easily mean injury or death if the main target was to come under fire from IRA gunmen. Note the soldier's L1A1 Self-Loading Rifle (known as the 'inch pattern FAL' in the US) the standard issue for the British Army in those days. Courtesy of http://wwii.picturesofwar.net/
The last of the few...New book captures the last Spitfire's in stunning air to air action. Soaring into the skies above the green and pleasant land they so spectacularly fought to defend 76 years ago, they are the last of the few airworthy Spitfires left.
ORACLE - Mystifying Playing cards. Talking boards, spirit photography, seances, ectoplasm, and levitating tables—the spiritualist movement has a rich history. I want to capture some of that history in a deck of USPCC playing cards.