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Explore #69 Jan1/09

Picture of the Week....Jan25/09 Golden Pictures Worth 1000 Words. Thanks!


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The NDP building burns next to the Egyptian Museum. Jan 29 2011

the moonrise at Trout Lake was so incredible and frozen the 21st... amazing happy feeling standing out there alone watching the night fall.

Thank you all my friends and family who see these... I am sorry I have not gotten back to you yet much... more work tonight now!


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Jan29th 2011. NDP building burning after riots the previous night.

Sign reads Tahrir Hospital. Makeshift "hospitals" were set up in and around Tahrir square. Feb 8.

"do you know what it feels like

to be the last one to know

the lock on the door has



EXPLRE #449 Jan25,2008

Tanks rolling past my Hotel window. Cairo Egypt, Jan 30 2011.

love these colors and what they stand for. (24/365)

Egypt state security kidnapping a protestor


All my respect to my Egyptian brothers and sisters that fought for the freedom of our country..believing that dying for something is better than living for nothing,,not only in Tahrir -I was honoured to have the chance to be there too- but all over the country . If someone said a month ago that we will success in starting a revolution, arresting the Interior Minister Habib Al Adly, forcing Mubarak to step down and humiliating Tamora in public we would have immediately called him crazy.

Nonetheless, the mission is not accomplished yet .. it is not just about Mubarak stepping down , but it is about change ,freedom & Social justice, it is about overthrowing a whole regime.



Rugby Jct., WI Jan25,1997


Some day, when I'm awfully low,

When the world is cold,

I will feel a glow just thinking of you...

And the way you look tonight.


Yes you're lovely, with your smile so warm

And your cheeks so soft,

There is nothing for me but to love you,

And the way you look tonight.


With each word your tenderness grows,

Tearing my fear apart...

And that laugh that wrinkles your nose,

It touches my foolish heart.


Lovely ... Never, ever change.

Keep that breathless charm.

Won't you please arrange it ?

'Cause I love you ... Just the way you look tonight.


Mm, Mm, Mm, Mm,

Just the way you look to-night.

Tahrir square - July 14, 2011 - 12:51 AM - (July 8 Sit-in)


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Selling food to people in Tahrir Square. Looks like the famous Egyptian dessert that's made of rice and milk.

The wind is blowing the snow all across the open field this afternoon! It's so cold right now, but the sunshine is a welcome change.


January 25, 2014.



Thank you Al-Jazeera

A protester in Tahrir having a satellite dish receiver set on his tent.

Victory or Peace. Maybe both Jan 30 2011

Holga, Ilford HP5

I bought tangerines from this guy and he insisted I photograph him and his donkey.

Jan25, 2012

On January 25, 2012 hundreds of thousands of Egyptians marched to Tahrir square from different spots. Some went to celebrate the first anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, but most of people went to continue the revolution which is now against SCAF who has been ruling Egypt since February 11, 2011 after Mubarak stepped down.


I believe it was the biggest protest ever in Egypt's history. Tens of marches kept flowing to Tahrir, to the extent that many couldn't enter the square.

الشعب يريد اسقاط النظام


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Photos from the Egyptian Revolution in Tahrir Square

Jan 30 2011, Tahiri Sq.

Another protester with head injury at Tahrir square

Taken on 4/2/2011

Darth Vader comes out with an official statement from the Evil Empire in support of Omar Suleiman of Egypt.


(In an ABC interview in Cairo on Monday, Feb 3rd Egypt's new VP Omar Suleiman was asked if he believed in democracy. Speaking English he answered: "For sure everybody believes in democracy, but when you will do that? When the people here would have the culture of democracy.")

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