I am a huge fan of photography, and the way that it can capture something so real and draw emotions as only pictures can do. There are certain images that are iconic in America, and that we have all seen so many times, and that doesn't take away from their power, but what Jakob Schiller from Wired did was reveal the people who took these pictures and tell us a little bit about what was happening at the time. It is a neat idea, and I think it is interesting to see how these photographs are reflected in the photographers themselves. Besides giving us new insight into old photographs, it also gives these wonderful photographs the recognition they deserve. These are a few of the ones that I like best, but you can see more of them here and let me know which are your favorites? What do you think of this idea?