<b>same same but different</b>
<i>It doesn’t matter if we are in China, in the USA, somewhere in the arabic world, in Austria, Africa, Australia,….. We will ever know: in this red tin is Cola. We don’t care about the language how it is written or how the surface of the tin is decorated.
It is simply cola, nothing more. We don’t care what the surface of the tin looks like.
Now the question: What is with us humans? The same red blood flows thru our veins. The same bones are under the skin. But we do care. We care where we come from, what we look like, how we speak. We don’t see the others as humans. We see Austrians, Chinese, American, black, white, yellow,… people. I hope this will stop someday. It would be a better world.
We are all the same, but a little bit different. And this is a good fact.
To the title: in the spring 2008 I was in Thailand. When you deal on a market and compare prices, the merchants say: it’s same same, but different.</i>
<b>Date: </b>November 25th, 2008
<b>Light Conditions: </b>ikea light
<b>Camera: </b>Canon EOS 400D
<b>Lens: </b>Canon EFS 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM
<b>Focal Length: </b>70 mm
<b>Shutter Speed: </b>1 sec
<b>Tripod: </b>Joby Gorilla Pod
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