A while ago I posted this. It was a lot of fun to make and, in my opinion, one of my better posts. Plus, I loved going through all those great photographs. So, going along the lines of Hollywood directors, I prepared a sequel for you guys.
This time I got the photos from a lot of different sources. Some of these are from TIME, some are from The Boston Globe’s Big Picture and some I found by Googling. I’ve tried to keep the photos relatively misery-free but I’ve seen a pattern: many of the photographs highlighted are usually of war, sorrow and death. While going through these photos I could feel the goosebumps when a particularly violent photograph showed up. Since many of them are natural photographs you can actually feel the pain the person is going through. An example is this photograph. The man is embracing his family after frantically searching for his son after the shooting in Aurora. This photo really gets to me.
On a less serious note, here are the pictures I’ve made. Also, this time I did not write the details of the photos because, frankly, I lost the links of the descriptions myself. Without further ado: