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Two hundred metres up the road the wrecked houses, gardens and verges still hadn't been...
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Two hundred metres up the road the wrecked houses, gardens and verges still hadn't been cleared of booby traps and mines, but these Croat boys were tearing up and down the road on their motorcycle. The SFOR interpreter said they felt there was still fun to be had. Leica compact 35mm 3.5 Elmar; T-max. Not the best of scans.
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  1. Unregistered
    Unregistered
    Good picture but -some more closer- you would get rid of the common sense of description and dramatically dig into the whole stuff, event the subject would have be distract from your intrusive presence. A shorter lens maybe....
    But I said not a bad picture after all
  2. dodger
    dodger
    The problem I always have with away trips like the one to Bosnia is that I have to be the radio journalist first and photographer very much second. I deliberately took only the Leica compact (can't remember the model - black with the lens mounted in a rectangular housing?) to prevent me forgetting too much about my work. I know where you're coming from rene; this picture does crop pretty well too, but ultimately I find it more satisfying with the expanse of road (to remind me about the mines)
  3. mindbender
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