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01.21.2005 - Blame Kevin

Kevin went downtown yesterday to take photos of the protests during the inauguration. He's an amazingly talented guy with a camera and took some very impressive shots.

Lot's of other people liked them too, and the ensuing load brought our server down. My apologies to anyone who was trying to access anything on the site this morning and came up empty handed.

Hello ,

what camera and what settings has Kevin used for taking these pictures?

They are extraordinary clear! And which tool did you use to smallify them?

Please let me know.

Klaus
Posted by Klaus on January 23, 2005 @ 2:37 am


Kevin posted his camera info here:

http://centricle.com/photos/2005/01/21/?feedback=show

As for what he used to "smallify", you'll need to ask him.
Posted by Steve on January 23, 2005 @ 3:36 pm


The photos are great, but the protests were aweful. What's with the flag burning? These photos and protest have caused me to lose an immense amount of respenct for the democratic/left wing/liberal parties. These images truly capture the idiocy of the anti-Bush movement and reveal the arguments as untrue, unfounded, and unpatriotic. I have followed foreign relations fiercly and the progress being made in Iraq is unbelievable. Do not believe the Michael Moore propaganda... We would be a lot worse off with any other president. One piece of advice: Stop doing/thinking what's popular, and start doing/thinking what's right.
Posted by seth on January 26, 2005 @ 4:39 am
The flag burners were anarchists from what I understand - not a representation of the left.

As for the rest of what you've said - I'm going to disagree. But, this isnt a political forum, so I'll leave it at that.
Posted by Steve on January 26, 2005 @ 5:55 am


Well, it's great to see what else went on during the $40,000,000 knees up.

The photo quality is excellent and thanks for sharing them.

Cheers
Posted by John on January 26, 2005 @ 10:58 pm


lol. protests
Posted by on January 30, 2005 @ 3:04 am

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