Sometimes some amazing things emerge when you look back on your life. Especially when you find that you probably slept through your 15 minutes of fame.
In 1971 I was in Washington D.C., attempting to work as a photo journalist. So I take some pictures of some of the demonstrations against the War in Washington D.C. Now a few.... ah years later, I decide to put some of the up on the site. So I think, maybe I should research what demonstration it was. Hence I realize that I not only fell of the boat years ago, but took a dunk again during the last presidential campaign.
Dewey Canyon III the VVAW Demonstrations against the war in Vietnam happened in 1971 while I was in Washington D.C. Many of the images you will see here, are caught in other angles by other photographers and are in Kerry's book "New Soldier". (actually if you have access to the book, look on page 111 at the picture on the bottom, looking at the lower right corner. That's me).
This pictures are historical - but taken with an old camera. They may, or they may not, reflect my political beliefs.
You can find more at The Veteran, Vietnam Veterans against the war, Also you can Google Dewey Canyon III to see more. If you look at the images you may see some that are very close to mine. That is because the photographers were there with me.
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