‘Like Stones In A Field’

Photographer’s Images Reveal Human Side Of Landmine Saga

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Posted: March 18, 2013

Harrisonburg High School senior Alex Hunter-Nickels looks at a gallery of photographs taken by Sean Sutton of Mines Advisory Group. Sutton spoke Sunday evening at Transitions at James Madison University’s Warren Hall about his experiences working for the organization, which removes landmines and other explosive remnants of wars and other conflicts. (Photos by Jason Lenhart)
Photographer Sean Sutton speaks at James Madison University Sunday night about his work with the Mine Advisory Group.
HARRISONBURG — A woman in South Sudan walks through tall grass. She steadies a water vessel on her head with one arm, and has her child wrapped, cradled at her back.

Her path to pick up water,...


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