Photograph by Jeff Galbraith
This is a photo of my sister's tulip bed, that I took in May of 2001. It was taken in the late evening, just as it started to rain. I think that the soft lighting of that overcast evening made this photo. It's one of my favourites.
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© 2001 Jeff Galbraith
Photo by Nicola Di Lieto
This photo was taken at the September 2000 Airshow at Shoreham-by-Sea, UK. These people were looking at a Tornado jet fighter performing acrobatic maneuvers.
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© 2001 Nicola Di Lieto
Photograph by Colleen Crowley
This picture was taken last year at Christmas time on the Island of Terceiras in the Azores. It had just finished raining and this beautiful rainbow came out. I was lucky enough to have my camera with me at the time.
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© 2001 Colleen Crowley
Photograph by Jober B. Costa
The photograph that I'm sending was made in the late afternoon. It was autumm, 1996, the day light was almost finishing and I didn't believe in a good result, but I was wrong, I think. The old building in the photo is an workshop to repairing damaged toys, and the people in front of it was waiting for the bus. Thanks for the opportunity.
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© 2001 Jober B. Costa
Cenotaph March Past
Photograph by Terence Bunch
Thought you might like to see this image. It was taken during an Anti-capitalist march along Whitehall in London on Mayday 2000. This guy was dressed like an ancient knight (costumes are usual during these events) and marched along the streets with a press-pack all around him. I think there must be a couple of thousand pictures of this guy floating around in people's albums and newsdesks across London. Shortly after, the crowd turned violent and attacked a McDonald's restaurant, then the protesters suddenly took to wearing balaclavas and hoods...they came out of the woodwork and guys like this knight suddenly found themselves overwhelmed.
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