My cousin who decided he couldn't stay with us anymore. His gamertage was Xbobcat40X. You have me listening to Metallica. I fucking hate Metallica. I didn't have a brother, but he was as close as I could get. He was there for my rock bottom and I'm so pissed he wouldn't let me be there for his.
/r/lastimagesLast selfie before my friend killed himself only hours later. I miss him so much
/r/lastimagesLast picture I have of my Dad. At this point the stomach cancer was brutal for him but he never complained once. Thankfully he got to see his grandson born before he passed away 3 weeks after this was taken. It's been 2 years and I still miss him every day.
/r/lastimagesA very pregnant Sharon Tate lounges by the pool on Cielo Drive August 6, 1969
/r/lastimagesThe last photo I took of my grandad before going away for a year to study abroad, he passed away while I was gone. He was visiting for his birthday and I got him an anime titty mousepad, he thought it was the funniest thing on the planet and used it up until he passed according to my aunt.
/r/lastimages2 years ago my friend got high and crashed his motorcycle, this is the last picture of us together. RIP little brother
/r/lastimagesWild Andy. Taken 2 weeks before a deadly motorcycle crash at age 47. In this pic he had convinced my bf to go ride and shoot guns. He crashed that day too. He lived hard & fast but was the most genuine, true and giving lifelong friend any of us had. See you on the other side brother 💥
/r/lastimagesLast photo one of my dearest, oldest friends sent me, for my birthday a couple months ago. She died on Wednesday. Likely covid. My memories with her are some of the most vibrant of my life. She wove the people around her into community and connection like a conductor weaves instruments into music.
/r/lastimagesLast pic I got of my dad before he lost his battle with cancer 1 year ago. He loved The Beatles and making others laugh. My S.O. lost his mom 2 weeks after my dad passed, then had open heart surgery just days later. It’s been a rough year, but we got by with a little help from our friends.
/r/lastimagesPotentially the last picture ever of Kobe Bryant, who tragically passed in a helicopter crash along with 8 other people, including his daughter, Gianna. Rest easy, Kobe.
/r/lastimagesPerhaps not the best picture of him, but I felt like this described him and his personality the best. Always a cheerful and vibrant man. Went above and beyond for his students, including me. He was my friend, his name was Mr. Coop. He passed on 3/31/2019 and I still miss him to this day.
/r/lastimagesEazy E, who died 25 years ago today due to AIDS related complications
/r/lastimagesShe had to try on all her jewelry that night. Maybe she knew she’d never get another chance.
/r/lastimagesToday's my 10th wedding anniversary. This is the last image of my late husband. He passed just over two years ago. The baby pictured is our grandnephew. The baby's little brother is on his way, and is expected to arrive today. Life can be tragic and beautiful all at once.
/r/lastimagesI took care of my aunt who battled MS until her final days. This is the last photo I have of her before her passing. I miss you auntie.
/r/lastimagesThe last selfie my fiance took of us, before passing away a few hours later in the middle of the night. She was only 21. We were engaged and 2 wks off of birth control. She'd be 23 today.
/r/lastimagesLast birthday card from my mom who had brain cancer. 1964-2018
/r/lastimagesThis is the last photo of Cliff Burton. We miss you Cliff, hope you are giving bass lessons to God.
/r/lastimagesOne of the last pictures I took with my grandfather, 93 and a WW2 Navy Vet who was stationed on a destroyer in Pearl Harbor. He passed away Saturday 3/14, right before coronavirus blew up in the US. I’m glad he was spared from this madness and was able to pass in peace.
/r/lastimagesMy dear friend died this morning from COVID-19. She went to the hospital last week because of asthma, and today I received the news of her death. Please stay safe, love each other, and always be kind.
/r/lastimagesThe last photo of my dad. September 10th 2016. He died that night after a heart attack.
/r/lastimagesMy friend Juan . Lost to suicide February 26 2020. Was one of the best friends you could have . Rest easy man .
/r/lastimagesMy stepsister and her daughter in November during her treatment for leukemia. She passed last month from the HLH disease that unexpectedly accompanied the cancer. Her loss has hit me harder than I expected. RIP Teresa. We will see you in the heavens.
/r/lastimagesTogether Till The End
/r/lastimagesTwo months ago I was able to fly across the country and see my grandfather one last time before he passed this morning. He had multiple health issues, but still had his sense of humor and was stubborn until the end. I just wish I could be there right now to console my sisters.
/r/lastimagesThis is a surviving clip from the 1919 silent film “Ravished Armenia”, showing Turks crucifying Armenian women. One of the artists’ models used to do the scene died of influenza several days later, as a result of her exposure during filming.
/r/lastimagesMy grandma had been in hospice care for a few weeks. She passed just after midnight this morning. I remember those delicate fingers running through my hair, and sewing beautiful things. She loved cardinals, hummingbirds, and gardening. I miss her so much.
/r/lastimagesMy uncle Mel (Left) and his life long friend Joel, holding hands... my uncle died the next day, his friend, the day after that. My uncle had pancreatic cancer, his friend had lung cancer. They were both 65.
/r/lastimagesMy grandma, 95. They read her last rights yesterday, due to travel restrictions I was the only family member able to be with her. She passed today. Love you gramma.
/r/lastimagesThe one picture that just kills me inside to look at, Self Portrait of my brother who taught me everything growing up. Almost 3 full years since his passing