The solidarity for Burma

Geeky stuff: Canon EOS 3, 50mm & 35mm lenses, Superia X-TRA 400

I don’t remember what percentage of baked beans in the World are consumed in the UK, but it’s 85% or more. This pigeon is making its contribution to the statistic.

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Today there were marches around the world to raise the pressure on the Burmese military to stop arresting/beating/shooting/killing activists and arresting/mistreating monks.

Red headbands were handed out to all. Tanya wore one but I chose to stay impartial. She looked like a native Indian. Someone find her a horse.
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Shot she made of me on Lambeth Bridge
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Not many words from me, just pics
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Brian Haw observes the march going by
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This woman seemed to be writing down a basic description of the protest. No idea why.
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Assume the position(s)
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Some prayer
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Had my Rangefinder on me as well. Made a few shots.

Geeky stuff: Cosinia Voigtlander Bessa R2M; TRI-X

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Dead bird. It must suck to just be dead in the street. Someone will probably step on it.
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6 thoughts on “The solidarity for Burma”

  1. Film truly hasn’t died has it: I wish I could get colours as vivid and bold on my DSLR. But I should either stop whining, or sacrifice the weight advantage and get the 40D with that Kelvin colour adjustment, truth be told.

  2. nah dont u worry dear. some good work there.
    and yes ill show keep u updated on Vietnam. not sure which camera or cameras i will take, the weight issue is a factor…
    anyways fixed the link
    ana

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