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An interesting piece on photographer ethics by photojournalist who photographed the death of a snake-handling pastor that died after being bitten by one of his snakes.
(credit: Lauren Pond/The Washington Post caption: Pastor Randy “Mack” Wolford, second from right in green shirt, handles a rattlesnake after it bit him on the thigh at a worship service at West Virginia’s Panther Wildlife Management Area. Surrounding him, from left, are Jamie Lloyd, of Sidney, Ohio; Wolford’s mother, Vicie Haywood; and Donald Dover, of North Carolina.)
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