Street Art in Bergen

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© Charlotte Crola
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UploadedJune 21, 2008
TakenApril 22, 2007
Exposure1/15 sec at f/3.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length10.4 mm
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  • Farras Abdelnour

    Farras Abdelnour gave props (21 Jun 2008):

    Excellent shot, awesome!!

  • ! Mario Scattoloni ¡

    ! Mario Scattoloni ¡ said (17 Jul 2008):

    First off the appropriated image in this graffiti before being a Banksy is in its original from an outstanding foto by photojournalist Eddie Adams (1933 - 2004 by the way he won the Pulitzer Prize for photography for his shot of a Viet Cong lieutenant being executed at close range on a Saigon street by a South Vietnamese general ). It certainly is interesting what happens 2 mass media images over time & how artists will re-interpret the way they see things from the rest of us in society...Cool all the same EC

  • ! Mario Scattoloni ¡

    ! Mario Scattoloni ¡ said (17 Jul 2008):

    Just a note 2 add to the Eddie Adams story....
    The one photograph that Eddie never wanted to be known for was the one that brought him his fame: the iconic photograph of South Vietnamese Lt. General Loan firing a bullet into the head of a Vietcong who had just killed one of the General's men. Even though the picture is arguably the single photo that did more to change the course of history than any other in the '60s, as it swung American sentiment against the war, Eddie hated it.

  • Robert Armstrong

    Robert Armstrong (Deleted) gave props (29 Aug 2008):

    Great graffiti shot!

  • Farras Abdelnour

    Farras Abdelnour gave props (31 Aug 2008):

    visiting this photo once again. as beautiful as it is powerful.

  • Angel Foice

    Angel Foice gave props (9 Jan 2010):

    great find :]

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