Tami Silicio poses in Seattle last month with the photograph she took of an air cargo worker in 2004 that shows flag-draped coffins being transported back to the United States. The image was recently named one of the most influential photographs of all time by Time magazine.
Tami Silicio poses in Seattle last month with the photograph she took of an air cargo worker in 2004 that shows flag-draped coffins being transported back to the United States. The image was recently named one of the most influential photographs of all time by Time magazine. Johnny Andrews The Seattle Times
Tami Silicio poses in Seattle last month with the photograph she took of an air cargo worker in 2004 that shows flag-draped coffins being transported back to the United States. The image was recently named one of the most influential photographs of all time by Time magazine. Johnny Andrews The Seattle Times

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