As many of you know I work in Kings Cross in London, and was at work on Thursday when the spineless retards decided to muder innocent lives. I will admit that I had my Fuji Finepix A204 compact digital camera with me on the day and being on a 5 minute walk I could have been on the scene within minutes of the blast in the tunnel and been able to get many shots of the victims and injured exiting the station area. I just couldn't do it. No way. Maybe respect, maybe conscience, I don't know what prevented me. I felt that with all the horror and terror going on people wouldn't want some person using their agony or their emotions that was plastered on their faces to be spread accross tabloid newspapers areound the world. Probably I could have made thousands of pounds in royalties or syndication of the photos through Reuters etc. But to me the money didn't matter. I was also in fear. Not for my own safety but for my family that would have been left behind. Many years ago I was asked to video a funeral of an African lady so they could send a copy to their family back home. I felt so very awkward, un-natural. In the editing process I had a selection of predefined logos and banners that could fly accross the screen, one of the sons wanted me t oshow him them. I did. Unfortunatly the demo one was a plane flying accross with a banner saying 'Bon Voyarge'. His face was a picture and he began laughing hard, he said his mother would have loved that. I felt sick as soon as I saw it then with his laughing I joined in. It felt wrong but his attitude made it ok. But Thurdays events are not one I would have even thought twice about. There is no way I could do it. Does anyone think I was wrong?