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perhaps a private moment, but in a very public place where it's clear that many people would see him and many cameras were likely present.  do you think he expected everyone to turn away as he had his moment?  he also consented to have his information shared.  i don't see this as exploitative at all.  first, it is photojournalism, sharing the realities of this anniversary.  second, it is art- capturing a very human moment that we can all relate to in some way, and making us feel.  feeling and thinking being what i think are two very important aspects of onbeing's mission.