Another image from the chemical fire in Mexico City, Mexico, early 70’s.
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As close as I got to the action, the smoke, the heat , the debris, the water spray and the noise, firemen screaming to be heard, senses overwhelmed, numb, too much to process in the midst of it. You just react, press on, fight the fire, do your job, time to reflect is later, when the job is done, the fire is tamed. He stood there, eyes never left the target, never flinched, focused, doing his job with madness all around him. I didn’t stay long.
Nikkormat with 50 mm Nikkor Lens Tri-X film.
“There must be some kind of way out of here said the joker to the thief. There’s too much confusion, I can’t get no relief.” Bob Dylan