These photos are of my husband's difficult journey dealing with metastatic cancer.
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Robert Versteegen said (12 Aug 2014):
good series, sad subject but the last one is the door to home i hope ?
alan ranger gave props (13 Aug 2014):
my heart is with you
Bennie Beretta said (15 Aug 2014):
Thank you for your support. There are good days and bad days, but we jus got to keep moving forward. Peace, Bennie
JPG gave props (17 Aug 2014):
Congrats on having the Story of the Week!
Lynn E. Harvey gave props (18 Aug 2014):
Congrat's to you and your huband for your bravery and to share these poignant and very personal images...God Bless.
Bennie Beretta said (19 Aug 2014):
Thank you Lynn. If it wasn't for Paolo I would not have picked up a camera 16 years ago. We thank you!
Davide Simone said (19 Aug 2014):
Andrea Petersen gave props (20 Aug 2014):
Congratulations for the well deserved honor of story of the week! The portraits all speak a thousand words and more of this difficult journey...God bless!
John Linton gave props (21 Aug 2014):
Hell YEAH! Rad!
Congrats on making Story of the Week!
Bennie Beretta said (21 Aug 2014):
Thank you all. Thanks to Paolo for letting me in...
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