Photographer Don McCullin’s Nikon F, which deflected a bullet from a Khmer Rouge AK47, narrowly missing his head.

Don McCullin, Early morning, West Hartlepool, 1963. Donald McCullin is an internationally known British photojournalist, particularly recognized for his war photography and images of urban strife. Wikipedia

McCullin's first-ever published photograph, The Guv'nors, captures a gang from Finsbury Park, London, outside a dilapidated house. It was first published in the Observer in 1958 after a policeman was murdered by one of the gang members

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