Pre-Gaza Strip and a Candle Light Vigil

Tonight (actually in one hour) I have a shoot in downtown Eugene. It’s on 7th & pearl street, at the old federal building. There’s a group protesting the current Israel-Gaza Strip conflict. Yeah, it’s been going on for a long time, but recently the violence has been getting worse.

So I’ll be heading down to that. I’m shooting for myself (and for this blog), but hopefully the Daily Emerald and the Register Guard wants my shots.

I’ll post another after the protest (and after class, which is right after the protest). Should be about 8-9 tonight.

I went shooting in downtown today, though. And I officially take back what I said about how “Seattle is worse and Eugene is better for street photography.” I didn’t get a single shot. It’s a hard adaptation, but hopefully it will work out.

Bought Cloverfield on DVD. šŸ˜€


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Tom Walsh

is a photographer in Eugene, OR. Mainly focusing on street photography and social documentary. He shoots bands and portraits as well. Tom goes to the University of Oregon where he intends to graduate with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Photography.
January 2009
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