A small protest group against BP’s handling of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. A photographer set up under the trees as it was raining.
The group at The Bean
This entry was posted on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010 at 11:17 pm. It is filed under Don't Rain On My Parade, Photographing the Photographer.
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I am very curious how much these keywords cost for BP:)Blame Obama?
I hoppe BP will pay for this and never happen again
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I like the way you captured the picture.Its really amazing.
I thought there would be more people at the protest, I would have went if I knew one was going on.
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I hope BP could make oil stop and save the environment.
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I heard something about this last week on a network news program.
I can respect the protesters efforts but I want to see them stop using their cars and air conditioning if they want the drilling stopped.
The protest was for the right cause as we heard that because of that many sea creature & under water world got affected & BP has to take some major action against it & the safety major should be adhere.
what is BP
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This news have been shocking this week about the oil spill and brazil flood, what do you think about it?
This entire oil issue is a tragedy. I wish BP gave a crap about the spill.
I simply don’t understand how BP comes up with it’s clean up solutions.
This whole issue with BP is chaos. The total amount of crude oil spewing into the Gulf of Mexico skyrocketed by 1000′s of barrelfuls Wednesday after an undersea robot plainly shook the containment cap that has been getting petroleum from BP’s Macondo well. I wonder how much devastation this entire catastrophe is going to cost the Gulf when it’s all said and done
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