Blogging for the New York Times, filmmaker Errol Morris interviewed the top photographers from some of the world’s top photographic journalism agencies about their picks of photos that capture George Bush through his presidency. Yeah, some are goofy; most are not.
It’s interesting to read the photographers’ takes on their photos, sometimes different views on different photos taken at the same time and place. Morris asks good questions, the photographers give great answers.
And the photographs are, in total, stunning.
You could capture these photos for a bell-ringer of some sort, if you don’t take them beyond your classroom. If you don’t capture these photos, especially for history classes, you’ll regret that you didn’t.
Tip of the old scrub brush to Earthaid3.