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She asked me to capture the mood of the day, I tried to.
Milano, Duomo square.
After the event, the hoardings are there for the cerebral couch potatoes. A tiny doubt maybe arises: “are protestors totally crazy?”. “Am I missing something?”
“Indignatos”. “You are the slackers. You pay”
“Give us back….”
“Indignatos”. “Give the future back to us”.
“Indignatos and disgusted”
Or better: “going to work on sunshine”.
It’s the main square of Milan, the bigger and also -probably- the only attraction for tourists.
It’s a good place to go early morning. It’s a luck if you have to pass here on your way to work. And I’m very happy I have to!
This is a sculpture by Pietro Consagra (Trapani, 1920 – Milan, 2005). His art aims to “”Express the dramatic rhythm of modern life”.
More about him here.
This is “Palazzo reale”. Only cops -or people considered special- can drive here.
Rrising again from the metro