Hay Days | Last Sunday I published a photo by Getty Images photographer Chris Hondros, a friend of mine going back nearly 20 years. Chris, a seasoned combat photojournalist, was killed Wednesday in Libya while documenting rebel fighting there against the Gaddafi regime. This picture is of us on March 3, 1997, on Hay Street, in Chris' hometown of Fayetteville, N.C., where he will be buried this week. (Photo: Chris Hondros)
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For those who may be interested in more about Chris Hondros' work, Greg Campbell, Chris' best friend, wrote this for Salon. Paul Woolverton wrote this for The Fayetteville Observer, where Chris once worked and where I interned. –Owen Good
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