I understand where you are coming from. This is part of a project that Jene and I are working on. The woman with cancer wants us to photo document her journey, through her double mastectomy. The set up a family gathering garnishing love and support. She wants to write a book, using our photos and words. She wants the world to know that a women is not just T&A.
Check my blog starts on 11/13 about her, it will put it back into content. Maybe I shouldn't post them on MC? But I was looking for comments to help me tell her story.
Yes, I do feel that as part of a series is a better context to examine this in and of course, if she wants to use the images in a book that makes more 'sense' also. As I lost my brother to cancer, this may have hit a bit too close to home for me, not sure. And as much as it affected me, I didn't feel I should document his struggle. Guess I would liken it to an AA meeting being led by someone who never drinks or a Catholic priest counseling married couples. I will keep thinking about this though, so in that way, you and Jene have certainly done your job.