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Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Here's How You Can Vote Today, Too

Remember Michael Yon's news photo of an American soldier cradling a dying Iraqi child after a car-bomb explosion? Time Magazine has selected Yon's moving shot as one of its Top 10 for 2005 and is asking readers to vote for their favorite.

As of this morning, Yon is comfortably in first place, but that could easily change unless bloggers take action. Yon has done remarkable work as a blogger in covering the Iraq War as closely and movingly as it can be done. His photo journalism is a bonus. He deserves recognition as one of the best journalists in Iraq.