Category: Italy, Language, Music, Photography, Weekly Photo Challenge Tagged: demonstrations, photography, politics, resolved, weekly photo challenge 2013
It’s always interesting to see some demonstration photos 🙂
Yeah, I hope to see them in my neighbourhood soon 😉 Thanks CG 🙂 Did you listen to Queen?
No. I’m working too much heavy software and large files now to play music through the computer.
Don’t worry. Have fun with PS 😉
We will ‘rock’ you Paula… 🙂 🙂
Have a wonderful weekend… !!
Not too hard please 😀 😀 Have a great one yourself, Bams!
Amazing photos Paula!
Hello Anne 🙂 These are snaps nothing much, but I could feel the energy and the change in the air… It was exciting to see… We don’t have it that often in my country….
That’s what I love about them – believing we can make a difference and going out there to show the world. Powerful!
Yes, and it worked ….. 🙂 Let’s hope the new government will make the nation more content…
“Buddy you’re a boy make a big noise” ‘hahaha’
– just like ducks or even drakes… 🙂 😉
The italian boys and girls did it with great sense – impressive – and very understandable that they got enough of the system’s self-satisfaction.. 🙂
😀 I would like to import some Italian demonstrators or at least Danish drakes 😉
You can always count on danish black drakes… 🙂 😉
that they will fly all the way here … that would be the sight… and can I then hope they will chase my pooping friend off my balcony too?
Yeah your poping balcony friend too
and all it will cost is a double Ristretto Espresso or 2… 😉
You are low maintenance my friend 😀 I can even offer you cafe grappa 😀
Wonderful, I like that… 😉
Your usual energy,here!
buen trabajo! i love this post and have one about the bahia de caraquez ‘march’ that will compliment yours! finishing work on a fence trumps posts right now, and one more is in line ahead of that one… i love this post, though, and i love how you captured the spirit of that group! z
Thank you so much Lisa. I will drop by later to see your post 🙂
Bravo,Paula, your usual energy!
🙂 grazie Anna. Baci…
Ciao Paula,buona notte!
Terrific street scenes of this protest Paula!
🙂 Cheers Phil 😀
Fabulous song to accompany your pics, Paula. Well done to those brave young Italians. 🙂
Indeed well done to them 🙂 I am glad you liked the song Sylvia 🙂
Demonsttration when done right with a noble cause and heart can create a positive change. Inspiring images.
Hear, hear! 🙂 I am glad you find those snaps inspiring 🙂 Thank you IT 🙂
Paula you have done your job brilliantly
Thank you so much Amresh 🙂
Great shots Paula! You are constantly a surprise, now you’re doing street photography / photojournalism, nice! 😀
Thank you Jeffo 🙂 You have improved my star score on the pictures too :D. I wonder who the idiot that gave me 3 stars is :S. Have a super weekend hiking 😉
The energy of change – how exciting and always so good to witness. Well done Paula! Perhaps you can start the movement where you are . . .
I appreciate your support Patti 🙂 We’ll see… I’d rather not have any reason to rebel and enjoy my time somewhere quietly on some Italian lake 🙂
I soliti complimenti !
Ciao cara 🙂 Sono stanca ma tutto bene. Mi manchi 🙂
Sai, vado publicare altro post sta serra. Will you be here another hour or so to check it out? It is about Italy. Ti bacio.
Great entry for this week theme Paula ,Thanks for sharing 🙂
Thank YOU Jake 🙂
I agree… the only danger is when educated youth topple a government and then the uneducated religious hi-jack their revolution… point & case: Egypt! I was so happy for them but so disappointed to see how its turning out to be right now. I’m hopeful that one day they’ll get corrected.
Yes, you are right… there is always a possibility for it to turn into something totally different. Shame about Egypt….
A wonderful example of resolve.
Thank you for visiting my blog today. I appreciate the time you took to stop by. May your day be filled with joy and peace.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Very clever interpretation, and perfect song as always! I gave up on this one 🙂
Against the machines!
Imam i to 😀 😉
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