Some photos from Misrata… stories to follow.
The Boat to Misrata (Libya): Men’s quarters vs. Women’s quarters
In Libya

The Boat to Misrata (Libya): Men’s quarters vs. Women’s quarters

Aug 4, 2011

Where approximately 2-300 women and children sleep (some dads too): & how the rebel fighters get on sleeping on the rooftop of the boat: After experiencing both, I’ll stick with the rebels. They’re actually quieter.

#SpanishRevolution

#SpanishRevolution

May 19, 2011

May 23 Update: Yesterday was election day here in Spain. Along with elections is an enforced ‘day of reflection’ the day before, when all protests/demos are banned. Of course, protesters defied the ban. No one was surprised by that. The government announced in advance that they would not forcibly remove anyone; there was no violence. ...

All Hell broke loose in Cairo Saturday morning… right below my balcony.
In Egypt

All Hell broke loose in Cairo Saturday morning… right below my balcony.

Apr 11, 2011

Here’s a video from the moment right before shit hit the fan in Tahrir Square, 2:30 Saturday morning (video is for listening, not viewing). It’s too blurry to tell, but what happened was the military & riot police faced-off with protesters who were breaking the 2AM curfew. During the stand-off both sides stood face to ...