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© Mohammadhassan Amini
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UploadedOctober 31, 2011
TakenJanuary 6, 2009
ModelCanon EOS 40D
Exposure1/125 sec at f/7.1
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length17 mm
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  • Susan B. Griffith

    Susan B. Griffith   said (31 Oct 2011):

    Great shadows.

  • Alwyn Scott Turner

    Alwyn Scott Turner said (1 Nov 2011):

    The power of realism and aesthetic artistry in this great historical documentary portrait requires an emotional spirit of truth in words difficult to articulate with justice...this poignant and unmanipulated image is an honest document that quietly speaks a symbolic language in a dialect we understand, with vital substance meaningful to our sensibility of a common consciousness that binds us together as friends in an understanding of life and the natural love we feel for all humanity...a message of kinship to the human heart.

    A child..a small girl standing alone in the ominous shadows symbolic of subjugation...her face hidden behind the blurred national family flag she is holding...a cultural identity cast in the shadows of oppression that she must sense with an innocense and eventually comprehend with maturity...love and compassion for our fellow human beings. We are all involved in mankind, so...never send to know for whom the bell tolls..it rings for all of us and every man’s death diminishes us because we are all part of mankind.

    The United States of America was created on the principle The Rights Of Life....all the rights for the individual being to be happy...and The American People are united together in the belief that we must treat others as we would have others treat us - with kindness and affection, and liberty and justice for all. Without freedom and privacy for everyone, there will be no peace and love in the consciousness of our lives. We must not conspire to deny access to these Rights Of Life to anyone.

    The Rights Of Life Movement - a national massive grass roots protest emerging in all the cities across America and joined in the same purpose by citizens in their own countries - is an international peaceful revolt against tyranny in all its subversive forms. The ‘Occupy Wall Street’ demonstration in the core of New York City is a an exercise of the right to dissent by the 99% majority of ordinary American citizens suppressed and denied access by the 1% minority.

    A hidden regime usurped the legal government by lies, deceit, assassination and false elections, and rules America as an occupied Police State by a secret Homeland Security and mercenary military authority controlled by a corrupt and criminal occupational government that pillages the entire nation by ‘Rights Of Conquest’ - and a Denial Of Access (DOA) Conspiracy against all citizens that dissent in support of jurisprudence and the natural ‘Rights Of Life’ written into the Constitution of the United States.

    We must all be friends and neighbors on this planet...willing to stand and fight for the kinship of all humanity...by asserting the force of their true character, Americans can change the course of humanity from one of darkness, fear hostility. And the yoke of tyranny - into the enlightenment of a world suitable in purpose to the harmony of love and melodious joy of life.

  • Alwyn Scott Turner

    Alwyn Scott Turner gave props (1 Nov 2011):

    A Monumental Documentary Portrait.

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