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  1. This is from a few years ago. It is an anti-war protest in Denton, Texas- home of North Texas University. The turnout was low due to the weather- it was very cold and a heavy rain was falling.

    This was shot with my very last film camera, before I went completely digital. At this point, I had sold all of my Nikon F3's and my other film cameras to help finance my switch to digital capture. The camera for this particular shot was a Bessa R2A rangefinder with a 35mm lens. The film was Fuji Neopan 1600, which I processed in Rodinal- hence the slightly heavy grain.

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  2. These fair weather protesters. Why in the late 60's we protested rain or shine. Of course living in Washington it was mostly in the rain.

    It's just kind of a gloomy, sad shot and the grain adds to that feeling. I like it. It reminds me of some of the old B&W VN protest shots taken way back when.
  3. Yeah, the young kids today just don't know how to really protest like the old farts from our generation, do they? :biggrin::biggrin:
  4. Nice shot. Brings back memories.
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