Domestic Violence

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UploadedDecember 16, 2007
TakenJuly 9, 2004
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D1H
Exposure1/1250 sec at f/9
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length120 mm
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A girl cries outside a McDonalds after police arrive during a domestic violence situation. She was crying and saying she was scared of "Him" as an officer approached.

4 responses

  • Matt Granz

    Matt Granz said (16 Dec 2007):

    I agree with the person above. When I first saw this in the smaller size I though she was laughing in a colorful setting, then it became chilling in it's reality. This is usually how violent situations are recieved by me... at first it's "wha?" and then it's "uh-oh"
    You really caught something. Very good journalistic picture.

  • Justin Richey

    Justin Richey (Deleted) gave props (17 Dec 2007):

    McDonald's?

  • Frederic Frognier

    Frederic Frognier (Deleted) said (3 Jan 2008):

    Strong image! Great shot!

  • Eric Abernethy

    Eric Abernethy said (22 Mar 2008):

    Yes it is a McDonalds. I knew there was something in that Food! All kidding aside, this is one of my favorite captures. It invokes what all of you have metioned above and thanks for your comments. The thing I think about is how she is crouched, backed into a corner and this must be what it feels like living in a situation where domestic violence is an issue.

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