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Occupy UC Davis - Nov. 21, 2011

by MicheleTobias | November 21, 2011 22:36 | 386 views | 11 comments | #576 | 386 views | 11 comments | #576 21 Nov 22:36

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Students, faculty, alumni, and the community in general gathered to voice their disapproval of the pepper spraying of non-violent protestors on campus. The photo here is unprocessed, but a stitched one will be coming soon! The photo was taken with Stewart's helium balloon using a point-and-shoot camera and a smart phone took video of the crowd. The crew: Stewart, Liz, Michele, and Alex.


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Amazing work, Occupy UC Davis!

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super cool and very clever. THX

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imagur lists this image with upwards of 39,000 views http://imgur.com/sJXKu

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Wow! I'm so glad people are finding it useful. This was so much fun to do.

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Fantastic and revolutionary job. Congratulations.S. Varese

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This image of Occupy UC Davis is incredible. I loved zooming in to find someone occupying the tree top in the lower left corner. Stewart, Liz, Michele, and Alex--great work!

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Great work. Helium balloon with a point and shot and smart phone. Love it!

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video is now available: http://publiclaboratory.org/notes/gonzoearth/11-22-2011/video-occupy-uc-davis-nov-21-2011

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Is it possible to see more photos from November 21? My sculpture students initiated the wire memorial sculpture, and I am wondering if your camera saw it? Great work, great image, thank you!

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Hi Robin, the map is now online here: http://publiclaboratory.org/map/occupy-uc-davis-nov-21-2011/2011-11-21 the video can be found there, along with a directory of raw images

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Thanks for the link.

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