Out of all the images from the 100 most influential images of all time, the one that stood out the most to me was Famine in Somalia, James Nachtwey, 1992. Any person who takes a look at this image will get a heartbreaking feeling. This photograph portrays the devastating conditions the people in Somalia were forced to live in. What I like about it is that the photographer decided to make it black and white to give it a deeper significance. It portrays a real life situation of a woman who was waiting to be taken to a feeding center. This is a great photograph because there is a whole story behind it.