What My Camera Saw as My Parents Died of Cancer from Nancy Borowick

Please do not turn the page, click through to another story because the word Cancer is in the title of this article because this is about a dignity that rarely ever gets recorded.  I do not know anyone, any more who has lived their lives without either themselves or someone they know who has fought this battle.

I am not saying that I could every muster the mental or physical strength to do what this incredible photographer did, but my heart felt feelings go out to her and her family as a 74 year old man who has always treated photography as an art and even more so a documented history of my life and the lives of others.

I would not assume that this was easy.  But it seems that she took the tools of her profession and mustered all her skills  to tell a story that not only was about her family, her life, but so many others as well.

 

There is a whole range of feelings that happen with the delivery of bad news. In my case, like many others, knees lock, the heart speeds up and the hairs o

Source: What My Camera Saw as My Parents Died of Cancer

AND IN NANCY’S OWN WORDS ON NPR.

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