Many of our regular readers are no doubt aware of the simmering controversy over Jill Greenberg's "End Times," a series of photos depicting children crying. We first showed the work back in March with a podcast interview with Greenberg. In April, a blogger who goes by the pseudonym Thomas Hawk wrote a post called Jill Greenberg is a Sick Woman Who Should Be Arrested and Charged With Child Abuse, which ignited a full-fledged conflagration that only spread from there. The most reasoned analysis we've seen on the issue comes from Jim Lewis writing on Slate.com: "Photography tends to magnify and distort both deeds and misdeeds-more so than other art forms, and in fact more than almost any activity I can think of. The specter of exploitation hovers over it, and it's this, I think, that accounts for Hawk's disproportionate outrage. ... Jill Greenberg is decidedly not one of the best, but her clumsiness inadvertently reveals a fundamental truth: Taking a picture is a deep and ethically complex thing to do, and everyone who engages in it is compromised, right from the start."