All this week, while reporting for ITV News on the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone, I have also been taking photos.
I hope they give a sense of what we witnessed and what the people are experiencing.
The body recovery team working for the Red Cross has been carrying out some harrowing but essential work, at considerable personal risk.
I was particularly struck by the little boy watching the tiny body of a little girl being carried out of the house over the road.
He'd been playing with her just hours earlier and now she and her grandmother were dead and his parents were terrified they too could be infected.
If they are lucky they might make it to the treatment centre in Hastings about 30 minutes drive away.
It's already full of patients recovering from Ebola, set up in a former police training college.
Now the people living opposite are transfixed by the arrivals - watching people go in, some of whom next make it out.