My eye was caught by the cover of the review section of The Observer this morning – a self portrait of Giles Duley, a photographer who lost both legs and an arm in Afghanistan – a brave and interesting portrait of a brave and interesting man.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2011/oct/30/giles-duley-war-photography-afghanistan

The accompanying piece was informative and ultimately optimistic, though I take issue at the journalist mentioning “phantom pains from missing limbs” in passing, as though they were but a minor irritant.