Posed? Unposed? Shades of the end of Kubrick’s ‘2001’? Is there some special irony in the fact that part of Nevil Shute’s post-nuclear-apocalypse novel ‘On the Beach‘ took place in an abandoned oil refinery near Seattle?
Here: oil-spill clean-up workers suited up yesterday at Dauphin Island, Alabama.
Photo: Michael Appleton, New York Times
New York Times? Posed? “Wag the Dog”? I’ll never forget the “bread line in Russia” photo. I couldn’t stop staring at it and finally getting out my magnifying glass. Every single person in that line was wearing fur and/or well-tailored clothing.
Wow! The photo came out great! And the built-in links, plus meta tags for later topic-searching… you are really making this site interesting, Leslie!