The arnachist

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
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

At the end of our road

We live close to Denmark's main camp housing asylum seekers. A number of years ago a large protest march, I favour of refused asylum seekers, was arranged The participants ranged from groups of well meaning grand parents to anarchists, known to use violence on such occasions. The police set a roadblock up at the end of our road to stop the protester spreading. For best viewing click on image to enlarge. Camera Nikon D300
We live close to Denmark’s main camp housing asylum seekers. A number of years ago a large protest march in favour of refused asylum seekers, was arranged
The participants ranged from groups of well meaning grandparents to anarchists, known to use violence on such occasions.
The police set a roadblock up at the end of our road to stop the protesters spreading.
For best viewing click on image to enlarge.
Camera Nikon D300

My very first demonstration

We live close to Denmark's main camp housing asylum seekers. A number of years ago a large protest march in favour of refused asylum seekers was arranged. The participants ranged from groups of well meaning grandparents to anarchists, known to use violence on such occasions. It was sad and shocking to see parents taking their babies and young children right up to the front of the demonstration. They returned complaining when the police were eventually forced to use tear gas, an event that they must have anticipated as a possibility. For best viewing click on image to enlarge. Camera Nikon D300
We live close to Denmark’s main camp housing asylum seekers. A number of years ago a large protest march in favour of refused asylum seekers was arranged.
The participants ranged from groups of well meaning grandparents to anarchists, known to use violence on such occasions. It was sad and shocking to see parents taking their babies and young children right up to the front of the demonstration.
They returned complaining when the police were eventually forced to use tear gas, an event that they must have anticipated as a possibility.
For best viewing click on image to enlarge.
Camera Nikon D300

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