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Thanks to my friends from all over the the continent who came out to defend me from destruction of the tar sands ecoterrorists.  

People used mobile blockades—sometimes throwing their bodies in the way of earth-moving vehicles!—and lockdown tactics to stop work on the Seep Ridge Road tar sands project as well as the US Oil Sands tar sands mine itself.  

This was my friends first really massive action and THEY—not the cops—had overwhelming force to negotiate and enforce a full-day work stoppage.  

So much unity and courage and bravery and strength were demonstrated.  

Some of my Lakota, Dine and other indigenous friends lead everyone in a water ceremony to bless my threatened water and damaged curves.  They prayed that I might be repaired, that all will be well.

I’m still praying.  

You can read more here: http://www.peacefuluprising.org/actioncampaction
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Canon EOS 60D
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160
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f/8
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Thanks to my friends from all over the the continent who came out to defend me from destruction of the tar sands ecoterrorists.  

People used mobile blockades—sometimes throwing their bodies in the way of earth-moving vehicles!—and lockdown tactics to stop work on the Seep Ridge Road tar sands project as well as the US Oil Sands tar sands mine itself.  

This was my friends first really massive action and THEY—not the cops—had overwhelming force to negotiate and enforce a full-day work stoppage.  

So much unity and courage and bravery and strength were demonstrated.  

Some of my Lakota, Dine and other indigenous friends lead everyone in a water ceremony to bless my threatened water and damaged curves.  They prayed that I might be repaired, that all will be well.

I’m still praying.  

You can read more here: http://www.peacefuluprising.org/actioncampaction
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SONY SLT-A77V
ISO
50
Aperture
f/8
Exposure
1/160th
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40mm
Thanks to my friends from all over the the continent who came out to defend me from destruction of the tar sands ecoterrorists.  

People used mobile blockades—sometimes throwing their bodies in the way of earth-moving vehicles!—and lockdown tactics to stop work on the Seep Ridge Road tar sands project as well as the US Oil Sands tar sands mine itself.  

This was my friends first really massive action and THEY—not the cops—had overwhelming force to negotiate and enforce a full-day work stoppage.  

So much unity and courage and bravery and strength were demonstrated.  

Some of my Lakota, Dine and other indigenous friends lead everyone in a water ceremony to bless my threatened water and damaged curves.  They prayed that I might be repaired, that all will be well.

I’m still praying.  

You can read more here: http://www.peacefuluprising.org/actioncampaction
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Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS
ISO
400
Aperture
f/4.5
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1/4000th
Focal Length
55mm
Thanks to my friends from all over the the continent who came out to defend me from destruction of the tar sands ecoterrorists.  

People used mobile blockades—sometimes throwing their bodies in the way of earth-moving vehicles!—and lockdown tactics to stop work on the Seep Ridge Road tar sands project as well as the US Oil Sands tar sands mine itself.  

This was my friends first really massive action and THEY—not the cops—had overwhelming force to negotiate and enforce a full-day work stoppage.  

So much unity and courage and bravery and strength were demonstrated.  

Some of my Lakota, Dine and other indigenous friends lead everyone in a water ceremony to bless my threatened water and damaged curves.  They prayed that I might be repaired, that all will be well.

I’m still praying.  

You can read more here: http://www.peacefuluprising.org/actioncampaction
Zoom Info
Camera
Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS
ISO
400
Aperture
f/8
Exposure
1/640th
Focal Length
28mm
Thanks to my friends from all over the the continent who came out to defend me from destruction of the tar sands ecoterrorists.  

People used mobile blockades—sometimes throwing their bodies in the way of earth-moving vehicles!—and lockdown tactics to stop work on the Seep Ridge Road tar sands project as well as the US Oil Sands tar sands mine itself.  

This was my friends first really massive action and THEY—not the cops—had overwhelming force to negotiate and enforce a full-day work stoppage.  

So much unity and courage and bravery and strength were demonstrated.  

Some of my Lakota, Dine and other indigenous friends lead everyone in a water ceremony to bless my threatened water and damaged curves.  They prayed that I might be repaired, that all will be well.

I’m still praying.  

You can read more here: http://www.peacefuluprising.org/actioncampaction
Zoom Info
Camera
Canon EOS 60D
ISO
100
Exposure
1/640th
Focal Length
76mm
Thanks to my friends from all over the the continent who came out to defend me from destruction of the tar sands ecoterrorists.  

People used mobile blockades—sometimes throwing their bodies in the way of earth-moving vehicles!—and lockdown tactics to stop work on the Seep Ridge Road tar sands project as well as the US Oil Sands tar sands mine itself.  

This was my friends first really massive action and THEY—not the cops—had overwhelming force to negotiate and enforce a full-day work stoppage.  

So much unity and courage and bravery and strength were demonstrated.  

Some of my Lakota, Dine and other indigenous friends lead everyone in a water ceremony to bless my threatened water and damaged curves.  They prayed that I might be repaired, that all will be well.

I’m still praying.  

You can read more here: http://www.peacefuluprising.org/actioncampaction
Zoom Info
Camera
SONY SLT-A77V
ISO
50
Aperture
f/7.1
Exposure
1/200th
Focal Length
22mm

Thanks to my friends from all over the the continent who came out to defend me from destruction of the tar sands ecoterrorists.

People used mobile blockades—sometimes throwing their bodies in the way of earth-moving vehicles!—and lockdown tactics to stop work on the Seep Ridge Road tar sands project as well as the US Oil Sands tar sands mine itself.

This was my friends first really massive action and THEY—not the cops—had overwhelming force to negotiate and enforce a full-day work stoppage.

So much unity and courage and bravery and strength were demonstrated.

Some of my Lakota, Dine and other indigenous friends lead everyone in a water ceremony to bless my threatened water and damaged curves. They prayed that I might be repaired, that all will be well.

I’m still praying.

You can read more here: http://www.peacefuluprising.org/actioncampaction

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