first published on September 30, 2016 by Josh
On the battlefield, no one is safe. It doesn’t matter if you are wearing the red crescent, or carrying a camera. Violence and death do not care about you, or your job. It’s Hell, and there isn’t anything that can be done to stop it until the human race starts working together to repair the world.
A journalist and a paramedic figure this out too late to survive. In an accidental, and morbidly stunning piece of camera work, a journalist manages to record the last few seconds of their lives when an explosion rocks them. As the camera falls, it lands in the exact right place to catch the cameraman’s blood ooze out of his body.
War is Hell.