la deuxieme photo est tres bonne
I can't blame them... people want to work. Nicely captured...
The woman in the first shot has a beautiful smile. Not what you expect to see at a protest. :)
Love that window iamge. A lovely smile in any occasion.
The mask is a bit scary!
Very good serie of the protest march :)
She has a good spot for watching the action. I think that mask is scary too!
Well the young lady at least is smiling...
I do love your variety of faces, JM, such an interesting study of the those that are actively protesting or observing. Whatever they are doing, I hope they see some good results soon. But maybe I'm just a wishful dreamer -- I hope not though.Sylvia
Don't like those masks at all - creepy!
You've really done well capturing the spirit and energy and color of the protest! That picture of mother and child is so poignant - representing a hope for the future when she and others will not be at the mercy of powerful unseen forces...
With so many people crowding the streets, I would want to be with the lady and child in the window! You have some great shots of all the action.
Nice and important documentary!
I like how your protest pictures show the individuals as well as the crowds.
You are doing a great job covering the protests. What interesting times. This is the first time in history we have this technology and social media to tie us together and what we make and do with this ability and energy is yet to be seen!
The Indian mother is lovely. And I sure don't understand those V for Vendetta masks, but I didn't see the movie.
I love both of the shot. Two completely different views.
How can a third-rate movie from a second-rate comic book about a terrorist psychopath inspire a serious movement? Great pictures anyway!
I love the window shot.
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