Muslim Brotherhood | Khairat al-Shater

Posted: May 28th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: dougKIM photography, Egypt, Film, Leica

It is only because of the recent election in Egypt and the preceding disqualification of the leading candidates that I discovered whom it was that I had photographed behind the stage at Tahrir Square in Cairo.

It had been two weeks after Mubarak had fell, the second Friday, a day full of celebrations and protests, the nation and the city still full of hope.

I had forced my way backstage to shoot some high level photos of Tahrir Square and some of the presenters. Al-Shater then appeared, due to speak later in the day. The crush around him was madding. I managed to only get this photo before opting for more breathing space.

For more on Khairat al-Shater, click here.

Khairat al-Shater, Muslim Brotherhood, Tahrir Square, Feb 2011, Cairoi; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X  © Doug Kim

Khairat al-Shater, Muslim Brotherhood, Tahrir Square, Feb 2011, Cairoi; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X © Doug Kim


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Egypt, Cairo | The Bakery

Posted: April 22nd, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: dougKIM photography, Egypt, Film, Leica

I was lost in a neighborhood in the eastern part of Cairo. I had entered this warren of tiny dirt floored alleys and was wandering and unable to find my way out. I started to walk down an dead end when I saw this boy bringing out freshly baked bread.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

This bakery was old and deep inside this cavernous building, the maw of the oven casting an unbelievable amount of heat into the room. It was February and though the hottest part of the oven was deeply recessed, the heat it threw out hit like a laser. I could not imagine working there during the height of summer.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

These flat circles of dough would be slid into the oven and after a minute on each side, it would turn into this pillow of bread, soft and flaky. I ate one hot, straight from the oven, the men and boys standing around and watching my reaction.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Bread is a vital part of the daily life and routine of Egyptians that when the price of bread soared in 2008 as the economy was tanking, people rioted. Then President Mubarak ordered the military to open their bakeries to the public to appease the masses. There have been many bread riots in recent history but none as important and as far reaching as the Bread Riot of 1977.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X


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Egypt | Giza

Posted: April 9th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: dougKIM photography, Egypt, Film, Leica

There is one great advantage to going to such famed tourist destinations such as the Great Pyramids in Giza during a revolution: no lines. The driver I had this day was stunned at the complete lack of any lines. “You have to understand,” he said. “It normally takes an hour and a half just to drive here and about an hour to enter the pyramids.”

It’s like going to Disneyland and finding only ten other people in attendance.

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Giza, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X


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Egypt | The Train from Cairo to Alexandria

Posted: April 8th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: dougKIM photography, Egypt, Film, Leica

I love trains and trains stations. I cannot stop shooting the same shots again and again in different stations, the shots down the length of the station, the strong diagonals converging on the vanishing point, the structural web of girders and beams above and the strong directional light. Just simply love it.

Ramses station in Cairo is currently under construction and is a mess. If it wasn’t for a helpful local, I never would have found the ticket office nor my platform, there being no signs even in arabic and the office was in a temporary spot. Misr station in Alexandria is a great open air space with a couple of cafes. I could have spend a day there comfortably.

I took the train from Cairo to Alexandria and back again. One of the rides was on a pretty clean train with good air conditioning which would be a vital modcon in the summer months. The other train was a relic from the British Colonial period and had a good amount of the Egyptian desert within its walls. I’m sure that train travel in general in Egypt has not changed much since T.E. Lawrence’s time.

Cairo to Alexandria train, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo to Alexandria train, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

You cannot smoke on these trains. That just means that you can open up the doors while the train is moving to smoke.

Cairo to Alexandria train, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo to Alexandria train, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo to Alexandria train, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo to Alexandria train, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

This is the Ramses station, the less charming chaotic stop on the line.

Ramses Railway Station, Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Ramses Railway Station, Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Misr Railway Station, Alexandria, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Misr Railway Station, Alexandria, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

The beautiful Misr station with its clean classic lines.

Misr Railway Station, Alexandria, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Misr Railway Station, Alexandria, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Misr Railway Station, Alexandria, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Misr Railway Station, Alexandria, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Misr Railway Station, Alexandria, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Misr Railway Station, Alexandria, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

Alexandria, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Alexandria, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Egyptian men are of average height, but when they big, they are hulks. This guy that I met on the train was one such giant, gentle and well over six feet.

Cairo to Alexandria train, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo to Alexandria train, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X


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Egypt | Cairo, Feb 26 – March 5, Part VII

Posted: April 6th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: dougKIM photography, Egypt, Film, Leica

They talk about the dustiness of Cairo and it is true, it is a dusty desert city much like Los Angeles or Phoenix to the power of 20. But I will be even more graphic for you: you get some crazy ass black boogers walking around Cairo. And do not blow your nose near people or in public and for god’s sake, especially not around people eating.

This guy below. I may be painting an unrealistic portrait of immediate post-revolutionary Cairo and Egypt with all these happy glowy images but this is the shit I saw. Maybe it is the shit I wanted to see. There is no absolute, objective truth in photography, but there is my truth, my take take on the world.

And here is my take: this guy was funny and we laughed our asses off.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

These brothers were making falafel in this dirty alley, the rich aroma of the oil perfuming the air. There was no restaurant or store front in sight so I assume that they were delivering these to local vendors. They gave me one for free and refused to accept my money. They took some Marlboros of course. That falafel was of course the best, freshest, lightest falafel I have ever had. Straight out of the oil into my mouth.

Goddamn.

And then I had to change film rolls with shiny greasy fingers.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

I rode the subways in Cairo only a few times but I loved them. Well, I love subways in general and always try to take them when I can wherever I travel. The system in Cairo is super cheap, one pound (17 cents) for a one way ride. Received a lot of stares on the cars but that was to be expected.

This was taken at the station underneath Tahrir Square which is a major hub.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

See that Ladies sign? I thought that it was pointing to the ladies room. When my train arrived and I was about to enter a car, a helpful passerby pointed to the next car and said in English, “please.” I looked inside the car that I had been about to enter. It was full of women, some pointing and giggling at me.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

I remembered reading that Omar Sharif smoked a minimum of 50 cigarettes a day, sometimes breaking the three pack mark on good days. My immediate thought was bullshit. I smoke a lot, used to smoke a lot more, and a pack and a half a day is actually hard to do and takes a lot of time and effort. Omar, I love ya, but bullshit.

Then I arrived in Cairo. My God, they are smokers and I’m Korean. By the time I left, I was near to two packs a day. And the cigarettes are super cheap, of course, because the local Cairene wouldn’t be able to afford them. My Marlboros (from Switzerland) were about $1.10, a bit better than the $13 in New York.

Omar, sorry I doubted you.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

The view of the Nile from the Semiramis Intercontinental. Good night, Cairo.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X


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Egypt, Cairo | The Garage

Posted: April 4th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: dougKIM photography, Egypt, Film, Leica

I stumbled upon these guys trying to remove an engine block with a chain tied around the blades of a forklift. It wasn’t a garage at all but just a forklift and a car on the street and a bench against the wall for the spectators. Behind them were a chorus of neighborhood guys, commenting and laughing at things. I had a blast with these guys.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X


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Egypt | Cairo, Feb 26 – March 5, Part VI

Posted: April 3rd, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: dougKIM photography, Egypt, Film, Leica

This shot below was taking on a Friday. Spreading their prayer mats out in the street, these men took over this busy thoroughfare blocking all traffic. Some of the muezzin or calls to prayers that I heard blaring throughout the city were absolutely captivating, these strong voices, a plaintive wail calling out through the din.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Life in Cairo means days spent at the cafe, smoking sheesha and drinking chai. I was welcomed at all of these places and spent hours each day, chatting with the men, sharing cigarettes, laughing at their games.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X


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Egypt | Cairo, The Coptic Quarter

Posted: April 2nd, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: dougKIM photography, Egypt, Film, Leica

Just a smattering of shots from the Coptic Quarter, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Cairo. There are some amazing sights and buildings there: the hanging church, Babylon Fortress, Greek Church of St. George and a couple of spectacular cemetaries. Of course, I had no interest in old ass buildings.

Send me down any side street and I am happy.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

Coptic Christian girls.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

This was Ishmael. I met him right outside the Coptic Quarter historical district. His wife had just given birth to a daughter a few days ago and he was exhausted from the lack of sleep and the worry about his future. With no tourists coming into the country and the nation in such turmoil, he did not know how he was going to provide for his family.

His English was excellent but he couldn’t write it so I helped compose a letter for him to his friend in Australia, announcing the birth of his daughter. He bought me a shai and we spent the afternoon, looking at girls walk by in the sun.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X


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Egypt | Cairo, Feb 26 – March 5, Part IV

Posted: March 27th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: dougKIM photography, Egypt, Film, Leica

Cairo with a population of around 15 million is the most populous city in Africa. Wandering its streets, it feels like a city of 15 million. I spent several days there and didn’t even crack more than three neighborhoods. It is a massive sprawl of a town; dirty, lively and exciting.

There is trash everywhere. I saw very few trash cans and the ones I did were fairly empty, with the litter carpeting the streets. The legendary traffic is also amazing, a different kind of chaos from Hanoi or other cities where traffic laws are considered more of suggestions.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

Taken near a hospital, this father and daughter image was shot in a playground that was literally in the middle of a busy thoroughfare under a bridge.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

I did see lots of men and women going to work but I also did see lots of men lounging around, smoking sheesha, drinking tea, playing backgammon.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

The tea in Egypt or shai is almost always Lipton. It is very strong and very sweet and always served with a glass of water. I must have averaged around five or six glasses a day and many, many cigarettes. Even when I was at my most lost in many neighborhoods, there was always a cafe to cop a squat and get a glass of shai.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

 

One of my favorite shots from my trip, this young boy was a glow and the dirty alley with the tile floor was typical of any residential side street. And of course, the ubiquitous street cat.

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Cairo, Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X


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Egypt, Tahrir Square | My Favorite Shot

Posted: March 25th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: dougKIM photography, Egypt, Film, Leica

This might not be a great image, it might be full of clichés, rehashing famous images shot over and over the past hundred and fifty years, but I love this shot. This young girl and her flag are a summation of my feeling towards Tahrir Square and all of the events that I was fortunate enough to witness.

Tahrir Square, Cairo Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X

Tahrir Square, Cairo Egypt, February 2011; Leica MP 0.58, 35mm Summicron, Kodak Tri-X


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