Prior to the US invasion and subsequent occupation of Iraq millions of people around the world joined in protest of the impending military action. I'm not sure how many peace marchers realized just how right they were in their views. Its an amazing thing to consider how wrong the Bush administration was on so many topics.
Barbara Bush said on "Good Morning America" "Why should we hear about body bags and deaths and how many... it's not relevant. So why should I waste my beautiful mind on somthing like that?"
This is one of several pages devoted to sharing photographic
images from a few of the many marches for peace that took place
in 2002 and 2003. Several cameras were used. Included was a
Hasselblad 500CM kit with 80mm CT* and an old 120mm C Makro. I
also used a Mamiya 7 with 80mm L kit as well as
a Noblex 150F swing lens camera. The images shared here were
taken using the Noblex. I used Kodak TMa400
film souped in Kodak D76 developer.
Hitler preempts Poland 1937
Bush preempts Iraq 2003
Native American Vietnam Veteran - she is a very powerful woman
Caskets representing the death of American
freedom in all it's aspects