Photographer's Note

To all the members that are interested in what im trying to show,

It is obvious that some people have never been to a Street (LOVE) parade in the past
And that’s exactly my point, I’m trying to show things that the media will not show, not to make the people small but to show that all kind of people and in all kind of ways are enjoying them self’s. ( I’m of occurs not a PRO and im learning, and the best place to do this it with you in this website) this is NOT the last picture in this series and I hope that people will say what they think and not just click and go
So its shocking tell me
So its disgusting I want to know
Not good composed let me know
Very good - I want to know too

For all the people that commented on the previous picture im very glad and appreciate the critic and the honesty especially (Jerzy, (bantonbuju)) for saying what he thinks
I wish all would communicate more and not say Wow ,oh that great and that’s beautiful…

Let’s improve and get better


Motto Street Parade 2005:
Today is tomorrow

One of the world’s most color and beautiful lifestyle events is rapidly approaching. The 14th Street Parade will roll through the streets of Zurich in around two months time on August 13, 2005. This year’s motto, “today is tomorrow”, is intended to encourage people to live more consciously today so that they can experience the future more intensively.

The Street Parade is a demonstration for love, peace, freedom and tolerance. The event’s absolutely peaceful atmosphere has been its distinguishing characteristic for years. It is a demonstration for being and celebrating together without violence, regardless of race, skin color, sexual orientation or special interests. The past 13 years have shown that this peaceful, tolerant co-existence is alive and well at the Street Parade.

Today is tomorrow: Those who care for themselves and others today live more happily tomorrow! “Today is tomorrow” also means looking after your health: Omnipresent dangers still exist in the form of illnesses such as AIDS and drug consumption. Drugs that are taken today can take revenge tomorrow. It takes just one careless excess today to cause unbelievable suffering tomorrow.
It’s worth keeping this in mind: Today is tomorrow.

I hope you like the result (and if there are any comments, idée or even dislikes let me know, it’s all about learning and sharing)

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