forcibly removed from the grocery store for standing in the dairy aisle and saying “buying some milk today? calci-yum!” to all the customers
David Guttenfelder: Instagrams From North Korea
David Guttenfelder, an Associated Press photographer, was recently awarded TIME’s Instagram Photographer of the Year 2013 for this shots in the DPRK. The secretive, mysterious country has surprisingly loosened its censorship laws regarding foreigners and 3G capable cell phones.
“In a country known for its censorship, I’m now uploading photos to Instagram from the streets of North Korea like I would anywhere else in the world. Through social media, I’m trying to piece together a picture of this country for the outside world … No one puts their hand in front of my camera, and no one tells me not to shoot things. There’s no review process. They don’t look at my pictures at all before I send them on the Associated Press wire or my Instagram account. Facebook even asks me to tag my “friends” Kim Jong Il and Kim Il Sung when I upload my photos” - David Guttenfelder
that’s it that’s the whole argument.
That’s literally the best way i’ve ever seen to describe it.