Diving dogs + underwater photography = happy Monday.
this is my family’s history, what brought us here.
Though the loss of American lives was palpable at home, this photograph by Larry Burrows — of a widow grieving over the plastic bag containing the remains of her husband found in a mass grave, one of thousands of civilians killed by the Vietcong during the 1968 Tet Offensive — was a reminder that heartache was not America’s alone. “There is a limit to the resiliency of spirit of any people, no matter how strong,” Burrows wrote in the LIFE story where this image originally appeared.
(see more — 50 Photos That Brought the War Home)
Add a water bottle holder, and this bag would be perfect
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama mark the beginning of Passover with a Seder in the Old Family Dining Room of the White House, April 18, 2011. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)
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Now if a gigantic feline flying from a tree isn’t scary, I don’t know what is.