2010 Marvel web promotion for the Marvel branding of The Heroic Age.
"I AM AN AVENGER" took few hours of shooting "man on the street" interviews in NYC.
We even ran into Insectavora (featured in thumbnail) from the Coney Island Circus Sideshow.
It was my first endeavor shooting with a Canon 7D.
Sunil Chopade takes us to Rittenhouse Square, where he interviews a number of Philadelphia residents on their opinions on the upcoming Philadelphia papal visit. Scheduled for September, it will be Pope Francis' first visit to the United States.
DemocracyNow.org - President Obama's plan to draw down U.S. troops in Afghanistan still leaves more in the country than when he came into office. In a televised address, Obama said he will also bring home another 23,000 troops by the end of summer in 2012, leaving around 70,000 military forces, plus thousands of contractors. We discuss the longest war in U.S. history with Gareth Porter, an investigative journalist and historian specializing in U.S. national security policy. “There is an effort here to create a narrative that as he put it, the war is receding, the tide of war is receding. When in fact, nothing of this sort is happening,” Porter says. “Clearly, the Taliban are carrying out counterattacks this year and will do so again next year. That is not going to come to an end.”
To download the podcast, read the transcript, and for nearly 10 years of Democracy Now! reports about the war in Afghanistan, visit http://www.democracynow.org/2011/6/22/obamas_afghan_war_military_drawdown_to
In Southeast Montana, Coal Bed Methane drillers spew saline water into The Tongue and Powder Rivers, polluting the waters and making it impossible for ranchers and farmers to irrigate their lands and grow crops. Salt kills the land. Aquifers dry up. Wells go dry. Wildlife perishes. The drillers grow wealthy with the devastation.
The Bureau of Land Management, headquartered in Miles City, Montana sells thousands of leases to the methane drillers at bargain basement prices without the landowners permission or knowledge.
"Moffatt" gave me a camera. He told me to "point and shoot." This what I saw on my first trip out with it - in Piccadilly, London. I'd been carrying the camera around with me for about one hour. I didn't even know how to use it.
I did use my Press card as an amulet to ward off the Security guys who are threatening to smash my camera. One of them said if they were really going to deal with me, they would have taken me away from the public. Way to go, guys.