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Great photo report from the London riots by AFP’s Leon Neal


I just wanted to share this post from AFP’s Leon Neal, a snapper I have been lucky enough to talk with on many occasions via Twitter (where he goes by @TabascoKid). Very scary stories (and brilliant shots) of what it was like to try and cover the London riots of August 2011 from a press photographer’s perspective:

http://www.leonneal.com/blog/2011/08/12/london-riots-august-2011/

It’s definitely worth a few minutes of your time to check this out.

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