Bush is a Terrorist
Fayetteville, NC, 2004.
42” wide print, #1,
Black Lacquer framed: $3,000. (This piece is virtually unique)
Shot on Mars 20, 2004 in Fayetteville, N.C. during a protest against the war in Iraq which was growing in unpopularity and many were wondering why people serving seemingly accepted to be slaughtered due to neocons idiocy.
This photograph is part of my series Life on Mars, and was relatively controversial still when it was first showed at Through This Lens gallery, here in Durham, for my show “Life on Mars, part 1” in November 2006. What a difference a few years make ...
Photographically, it is reasonably remarkable to have been graced with the ability to capture this moment with a medium format camera, as that is normally not suited for action photography like this. But because of it, the resolution is such that this type of enlargement is possible, enabling impact proportional to the cause.
Alternate prints available on order