Confession Photos: American took the dying, who told about dreams and regrets

• Confession Photos: American took the dying, who told about dreams and regrets

The Los Angeles Museum of Tolerance opened an unusual photo exhibition. Author of pictures, the photographer Andrew George, turned in one of the hospitals of the city with a non-standard request: he wanted to capture in their images of people who are dying. Thus Andrew wanted to tell you about one of worldly wisdom, which are rich in dying. Perhaps many of us, she will live a full life.

Confession Photos: American took the dying, who told about dreams and regrets

"I originally wanted to do a project about the ordeal, which many of us, it happens, I think. I was thinking about whether I could do a project on an exceptional, extraordinary people who have overcome the fears with which we all had to face. At some point, I had an idea that to achieve the desired result, I can only by working with people who are dying, "- said Andrew.

Confession Photos: American took the dying, who told about dreams and regrets

Andrew Nelly Gutierrez, the only survivor of all the heroes of photo.

The project consists of more than 20 pictures, which are accompanied by words heroes about their hopes, dreams, happy moments in life and regret. A common trait that unites all the people in the photographs - the lack of fear of death. Many, in spite of the painful kind, and all the pain they experience is still looking forward to the opportunity to welcome the new day.

Confession Photos: American took the dying, who told about dreams and regrets

Nelly Gutierrez acknowledged that experienced difficult times, but nothing spared. She said that she helped manage a great desire to return to his family.

Confession Photos: American took the dying, who told about dreams and regrets

Sally told that the cancer had quietly crept up to her while she took care of their sick brothers and sisters.

Confession Photos: American took the dying, who told about dreams and regrets

"My wife was not the love of my life. In the 40's I knew a Japanese girl ... "- recalls Jack.

Confession Photos: American took the dying, who told about dreams and regrets

"It's a beautiful day. I look at how the wind blows the leaves away, and I'm happy to be alive right at this moment "- shared Irene.

Confession Photos: American took the dying, who told about dreams and regrets

"My biggest regret is that it is not kept in touch with her daughter in El Salvador. I just did not give her the right to become part of my life "- lamenting Rene.

Confession Photos: American took the dying, who told about dreams and regrets

"time - a precious thing. Life is not endless. You never know how soon it will end. It is necessary to take risks "- Sarah calls.

Confession Photos: American took the dying, who told about dreams and regrets

Kim said that you can not miss an opportunity to tell people about what you feel. "My children and my mother remembered me because of the way I take care of them", - she added.

Confession Photos: American took the dying, who told about dreams and regrets

"I feel like the happiest person on the earth: I have a wonderful wife, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. No one would have asked for more ", - said Joe.

Confession Photos: American took the dying, who told about dreams and regrets

Josephine admits that he never was afraid to die, "If you're dead - you're dead. All. Nothing will no longer be the same, but I do not believe in reincarnation. "