Lennonova Zed (John Lennon's wall) by Manuel Gonçalves
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This wall is opposite the French Embassy in Prague, Czech Republic and was painted with democratic and pacifist graffiti following John Lennon’s death in 1980.
The wall was whitewashed and repainted by artists over and over again. After the Velvet Revolution it was allowed to remain, at the request of the French embassador.

Nikon D90
Nikon 18/105mm
1/60 sec.
F5.6
ISO 200

Brazilian photographer based in Liverpool, England. Interested in street photography, architecture, night photography, portraiture and documentary.
Currently a photography student at Blackpool and the Fylde College.
Hope you enjoy my gallery and thanks for your visit.

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