"At first, I was too puzzled to do anything. I wasn’t able to find a way to confront not only the victims, but also to the sights because the situation was so severe. As I continued photographing and interviewing the victims, I was able to feel their strong wishes of letting people know what the real situation here is and what they are going through. I realized that this is what I could do as a person and photographer (...)."
Entrevista e imagens impressionantes pela câmera do meu bom amigo Hisashi Murayama, fotógrafo actualmente na linha da frente em Tōhoku com o Le Monde.
Uma referência a reter.