maybe some people don't like seeing it, but I think we must not keep quiet for more time. Personally, I don't want to do it.
The moment to say STOP has come.
you understand me, don't you?.
Silvia Corvalan 17/05/2009 17:24Usted ha sido honesto y coherente con su pensamiento. Cuando uno hace eso y además es frontal, otros suelen salir heridos pero, hacía falta valor para manifestarse... y lo ha tenido. Esto no es común.
Lo admiro por eso.
Personalmente creo que todo acto que haga daño al prójimo, es repudiable. No hay religión ni patria que lo justifique. Hoy por hoy, los grandes intereses económicos son los que mueven el mundo y en aras de acumular fortunas (además ficticias!) justifican todo.
BASTA DE GUERRAS! En nombre de todos los seres humanos que habitamos este planeta... STOP!
Armin Leitner (6) 05/04/2009 9:51Bravo Josep,
tus comentarios son - por lo menos en mí opinión - justos, claro y explicando.
Se trata unicamente de una situación de la calle, visto por el fotógrafo. Ni más, ni menos.
Y como fotógrafo tu has presentado una obra que da impulses de pensar. Ni más, ni menos.
Aquí, en la FC hay sitio para todo.
Un saludo cordial, te manda, Armin
Alexandru Valentin Iedu 17/01/2009 22:01I don't have the right to say that one of the parts are good and one of the parts are bad ...
But ... indeed ... they need to STOP THE WAR ... people don't want to learn the oldest lesson from the world ... WAR IS SOMETHING THAT WE DON'T NEED, BECAUSE EVERYBODY LOOSE.
And one war bring anothers ...
I also believe that Fotocommunity is the perfect place to expose your ideas and feelings with photographys ...
STOP THE WAR ... OR NO MORE WAR PLEASE ...
Josep A. Collado 16/01/2009 20:19@Tad, Anna, Cees: thank you.
In this FC channel (.com) we have more than hundred subsections. I think that it proves the great variety of topics that we can treat. And as you should know, if a work doesn't correspond exactly to any existent topic, usually is placed in any other with similar content.
In this sense, I think that "Documentary & Journalism" is a correct section to this work. Also it could have been "Special >Emotions".
On the other hand, if just two weeks ago was absolutely normal to wish everybody happiness and prosperity, which is the problem when somebody wants to express (if artistically is more or less interesting, this is another question) his opinion and wishes about the end of a conflict that it should never have existed?.
Sincerely, I don’t want to be right, I only want remember that in three weeks more than thousand human beings have died in Gaza, many of them women and children, bombed in their homes, in the street, even in hospitals….
To all this I want to say stop.
Josep A. Collado 16/01/2009 14:17@Mor:
There is not person blinder than the one who does not want to see.
Despite your government has banned the entrance in Gaza to the journalists, we know very well around all the world the truth about what is happening there:
a savage genocide.
About the accusation of racist ..... always speaks who must be quiet.
The hate blinds you!
To think that there was a time in which your people was the victim!!...
Mor Sudai 16/01/2009 13:39No I don't..!
I think you're saying that becuase of your ignorance about the situation in Israel and Gaza/
Ask yourself what u really know about the events.
I'm a proud Israeli and I think that's disgusting!
Our army does his best to defend israel citizens from the Palastinians qassam attacks. We have all rights to defend ourselves..
Think again before you're posting a picture like that! it's so racist...