|Photograph by Michel du Cille / Miami Herald (1987)|
"A man looks through a broken window of an empty apartment.
Unoccupied apartments became the crack den for many of the addicts
at the apartment complex turned crack cocaine supermarket
on the corner of Northeast Second Avenue and 71st Street. "
Via the Miami Herald.
|From the Boca Raton News, Oct. 6, 1986|
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Every profession has its giants....those who set the standards for all the rest. In photojournalism, that person was former Miami Herald photographer Michel du Cille. Thursday night, his friends and colleagues learned that Michel - a three-time Pulitzer Prize winner - died of an apparent heart attack while covering the Ebola crisis in Liberia for the Washington Post.
Michel du Cille, Post photojournalist who won Pulitzer three times, dies at 58