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FEATURED IN – ‘The Human Condition’

Sorry – everyones probably sick of the series my now – but I’m trying to compile the series to enter into a competition and I need at least 15, so I am uploading them to get a feel for how they will look and which ones to weed out – I want it to represent the diversity of the people and families marching as much as it is about the actual protest itself.

A series of candid images from the public May Day rally 2010 in Fremantle, Western Australia.
Traditionally an international day for celebrating workers rights, many unions marching, also marching were social justice groups and others. It was a spirited day and march with many vibrant characters.

No political statement here at all – just thought it would be a great opportunity to try some photo journalistic style photography.

Camera – Nikon D90
Lens 55-200mm

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Comments

  • Karlientjie
    Karlientjieover 4 years ago

    Hi Trish, not going to comment on all of them – they stunning & full of meaning & expression – tell a story one by one – great art my friend – love the B&W!:)x

  • Hi Karin and thanks so very much for that wonderful comment and for having a look at the series. Something a bit different for me, but I find people fascinating :))

    – Trish Woodford

  • Jennifer Hulbert-Hortman
    Jennifer Hulbe...over 4 years ago

    Wow Trish…great captures on all of these. Absolutely wonderful images. Well done!!! The photo journalistic style really comes out here! : ) Jennifer

  • Thanks so very much for your wonderful comment Jennifer, really appreciate you having a look, I don’t normally do journalistic style images but with the parade on, I thought why not give it a go lol :)

    – Trish Woodford

  • Magi5760
    Magi5760over 4 years ago

    Congratulations from your hosts at The Human Condition!

  • Karen  Helgesen
    Karen Helgesenover 4 years ago

    Excellent!

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