The Anarchist

The anarchist A few kilometres from where I live is a large institution, that houses all the asylum seekers that  arrive in Denmark. A number of years ago a big demonstration in favour of refused asylum seekers was called. The participants ranged from well meaning grandparents to people on the far left of the political spectrum including youngsters belonging to anarchistic groups. Young parents brought their babies in prams and then complained bitterly when the police, not surprisingly, found it necessary to use tear gas. I got a few shots of this youngster busy painting graffiti on the road signs. Camera Nikon D300
The anarchist
A few kilometres from where I live is a large institution, that houses all the asylum seekers that
arrive in Denmark. A number of years ago a big demonstration in favour of refused asylum seekers was called. The participants ranged from well meaning grandparents to people on the far left of the political spectrum including youngsters belonging to anarchistic groups. Young parents brought their babies in prams and then complained bitterly when the police, not surprisingly, found it necessary to use tear gas. I got a few shots of this youngster busy painting graffiti on the road signs.
Camera Nikon D300

4 thoughts on “The Anarchist

  1. Andy July 13, 2014 / 9:50 am

    I have seen photographers threaten when they take photos like this.

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    • poulthorsen July 13, 2014 / 10:01 am

      There were lots of police around and I used a 200mm lens
      Regards
      Poul

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  2. John July 13, 2014 / 2:13 pm

    He’s got ‘eyes on’.

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    • poulthorsen July 13, 2014 / 2:28 pm

      Hi john
      From you time in Denmark you will most likely know the centre. It is the old Sandholm lejr where the regiment, that supply the royal guard were stationed.

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