This is an incredibly moving picture diary from the battlefield of S. Ossetia. Following my blog post from Monday, I wanted to draw attention to it.
It is staggering on many levels. Just days after combat, it gives the world an icredibly honest humanist view of what the war conditions are like for the Russians fighting.
The overtone of the series of pictures is not political. The pictures do not illustrate a point - or an article, as they do in the media. No Western .....read more