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By Paul Morgan
How long do I have?
How ill will I get?
Will I be in pain?
What will my dying be like?
Who will care for me?
How can I avoid being a burden?
Can I stay at home?

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Tags: Photo journalism General Black and white

Voters: LynneJoyce, BarryC123, gajewski and 3 more


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Comments


LynneJoyce Plus
7 20 99 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2011 2:23AM
A clever and evocative image.

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BarryC123 7 43 25 Ireland
19 Sep 2011 2:40AM
Quite a disturbing and thought-provoking image.
I couldn't honestly say that I 'Liked' this, yet there's a powerful feel to it, and especially when taken with the words.
JackAllTog Plus
6 4.3k 58 United Kingdom
19 Sep 2011 9:21AM
Powerful image,where machines and man combine to support life so visually.
I hope many of the answers are good answers.

Cheers
Stuart
SlowSong Plus
7 5.8k 29 England
19 Sep 2011 11:32AM
My nightmare. Those sort of thoughts keep me awake at night.
Chris
ianrobinson Plus
6 1.2k 8 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2011 12:15AM
scary, but hey it's life get on and enjoy it while you are blessed with it.

Ian.
Paul Morgan Plus
14 17.6k 6 England
20 Sep 2011 12:30AM
Thanks all.

A good part of my work involves palliative and end of life care, and now my mothers going the same way, nothing prepares you for this and I`m finding it a struggle.

Just one of quite a few quick snapshots taken at my mothers, nothing was set up, I just snapped images as they were.

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