What I see, and how I see it.
Glad you put this on the blog. Quite a spontaneous shot I would guess?CDM
Another example of the good spirits that prevailed at the games. For that to happen with the amount of people in the streets is a great testimony of the human spirit at its best.Good of you to seek these out for us-we must always look for the good! cw
Just spent some time going back over all the Olympic shots and reading all the comments again.It is quite a fabulous documentation of the "event".People have obviously been following and enjoying your journey on the fringe.Whats next? ph
i have no plans. something always comes up. based on my location, it's bound to involve beach/ocean/forest. i may stay off the pavement for awhile.
Hey ...glad you added this one to the blog! k.
Yes Doug-we know you have a quick eye-and always have had. This is another example of the happy days that prevailed throughout the games-with that many people there it was a kind of miracle.
Great pictures love the ones in the bar. All the best Enjoy the calm afterthe storm. Congratulations Canada...... db/uk
A nice conclusion to some awesome photos...Amazing to see the clarity in those crowds.. the red and white! hip hip hurray jan
AWESOME DOUG! You really captured the show. Proud to be a Canadian eh!db.
Nice candid shot. Reminiscent of Doisneau's "Kiss by the Hotel de Ville" and Eisenstaedt's "V-J Day in Times Square". Well done. DF.
i thought of that as well. i believe it was staged, and i was thinking some people would suspect the same of this shot. but it wasn't. one frame.
"Has the feel of the famous shot of the couple kissing after WWII ended. Nicely done, Mr. Walker!" pm
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