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1991 Pulitzer Prize, Spot News Photography, Greg Marinovich, Associated Press
Soweto. South Africa: Its not yet dawn when Greg Marinovich and Associated Press reporter Tom Cohen stumble onto a gunfight between supporters of the African National Congress and the predominantly Zulu Inkatha Freedom Party. A train pulls into a nearby station; a Zulu man, Lindsaye Tshabalala, disembarks. "He could have been returning from a night shift or making an early start to visit friends," says Marinovich.
ANC youths seize Tshabalaia. "They began to stone and stab him. I watched in shock as he fell to the ground." The assault intensifies; finally, "a man hauled out a massive, shiny Howie knife and stabbed hard into the victim's chest. My heart was racing and I had difficulty taking deep enough breaths. I called out 'Who is he?’ ‘What’s he done?’ A voice from the crowd replied. "He's an Inkatha spy."
When Marinovich tries to argue, the attackers insist he stop taking pictures. Marinovich says, "I'll stop raking pictures when you stop killing him." The brutal attack continues. "For those crucial minutes, it was as if I lost my grasp of what was going on. The pictures I kept mechanically snapping off would later substitute for the events my memory could not recall."
The Zulu now lies motionless on the ground. Marinovich is momentarily drawn away by an attack on another man. "Suddenly, I heard a hollow 'whoof’ and women began to ululate in a celebration of victory. Dread filled me. The man I thought dead was running across the field below us. His body enveloped in flames. A bare-chested, barefoot man ran into view and swung a machete into the mans blazing skull as a frantic young boy fled from this vision of hell."
Marinovich makes it back to his car. "I pulled over and. closing my eyes, began to beat the steering wheel with my fists. I could finally scream."
In India,Goa or Pune - Today is not a Holi Holi Holi Day !! - Colors of a Nation
It is not Holi time yet. Far from it. It is winter time in India.
Two customers take a decision on what they are likely to buy for the celebrations. The choices are made - methinks.. What do you think.
Another thing... I am bad with the names of the colors. -- FEel free to make a note of the correct color name for each of these resplendent hues that are on display in the bowls and the packets. I am sure about the yellow -- so I have marked that.
Yes there is a prize... who soever tags correct colors , gets to win a prize.
This is a take from Holi day in 2009 in Goa. This was shot in Panjim near the municipal market from a location overhead. Holi is a community oriented festival in India and is celebrated with great fervour in Hindu areas of the country with a few notable exceptions in the south Indian states.
While playing Holi in Vrindavan and parts of UP, Bihar, Gujarat are legendary, there is a total lack of it in Kerala.
In the not so distant past it was a feature to have "thandai" a preparation of milk, almonds etc laced with large portions of bhang which is a mild ot medium hallucinogen and upper and is made out of the leaves, buds and florets of the female cannabis plant in India.
So here is a colorful viewing to you all in the winter months.
Taken on March 10, 2009 at 4.52pm IST
Posted to Flickr December 7, 2010 at 1.09PM IST
Camera Nikon D300
Exposure 0.001 sec (1/1000)
Focal Length 50 mm
ISO Speed 200
Exposure Bias 0 EV
Flash No Flash
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