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BobHPhotos 9 1 1 United Kingdom
5 Oct 2008 12:43PM
Interesting photo. What were yo doing with Russian Troops AND why did they allow you to take their photo? Good shot nevertheless.
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iancam 7 23 England
5 Oct 2008 12:47PM
Good subject. I like it

Ian
jondee 7 United Kingdom
5 Oct 2008 12:52PM
Nice photo.
john
treefella 7 1 United Kingdom
5 Oct 2008 1:06PM
I was working as a Film Camera Assistant for Yorkshire Television and we were out there as guests of the Russian Army to film the commencement of their withdrawel from Afghanistan for a 'First Tuesday' documentary entitled "Afghantsi". I asked the tank crew (by sign language) if it was OK for me to climb on the front of their tank to get the shot as I wanted the perspective of the barrel sweeping through the frame.
challicew 8 1 1 South Africa
5 Oct 2008 2:05PM
What a hectic life...brilliant capture
cuffit Plus
9 258 3 England
5 Oct 2008 2:16PM
The photo is all the better for the story behind it. I bet these men were glad to be leaving! Good shot. Chris
treefella 7 1 United Kingdom
5 Oct 2008 8:21PM

Quote:What a hectic life...brilliant capture


Hmm, yes. This was during my 'World Tour' period. Life is a little less hectic nowadays as I spend my working life shooting drama for network television - see www.bwcam.com .

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