Creative use for DT photos...

I just finished writing a sarcastic article about the coming National elections in Portugal (by the end of this month!)...

I just passed my opinion which I think is the opinion of many Portuguese as well...

But the nice part about this article is that I used great photos from DT to give an impact on the words I used there!!!

I'm happy with the results and starting from tomorrow I'm expecting the reactions of the people in my contact list :))

Hmm no I don't mind spending credits on e-mail articles!

As long as it's worth it, besides the photos are here in my PC for any future need ;)

And yes photographers will be informed also :)

The format of the article is PDF... But I'm not going to publish it as it has sensitive issues and some offensive expressions!

About Portugal... Feel free to visit my new collection

Here are some of the photos I used...

I'll leave you with your imagination :))

Cheers ;)

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October 05, 2009

Mani33

I can say from the almost 60 e-mails I have sent, 43 feedback e-mails were received...

Two only asked me to send them the VOTE panties photo :)))

15 said that they don't vote! :(

All of them had agreed with what I wrote! (Some with observations!)

3 said that I should be more positive!!!

6 Called me crazy!

The 43 gave a "smiley or a LOL" by the end of the e-mail!

The elections results we stayed with the same government but with out majority in the parliament!

The absence in the vote was more than 40% :(

Cheers ;)

September 24, 2009

Mani33

Thanks guys ;)
I'll give you the news of the reactions soon :))
Cheers ;)

September 24, 2009

Linqong

A group of very creative images.

September 23, 2009

Conceptualcreations

Maen, thank you for using one of my photos to make a political statement against corruption in politics.

September 23, 2009

Vasilkov

Thank you, Mani!!
The panties splendid!!
Portugal very beautiful!

September 22, 2009

Mani33

Gabriel can you please take another photo with panties saying I HATE POLITICS :)))
It will sell more :))

September 22, 2009

Littledesire

I hate politics! I hate politics! I hate politics! I hate politics! I hate politics! I hate politics! I hate politics! I hate politics! I hate politics! I hate politics! I hate politics! I hate politics! I hate politics! I hate politics! I hate politics!
And I never vote! I did it only once, when I had that chance for first time, and I think I will never do it again!

September 21, 2009

Mani33

Thanks Lunamarina.
No! at all!

September 21, 2009

Lunamarina

Good pics Mani, excellent article, go ahead with this project. As I see on my picture, stats are not going good there too ! This may happen in many other countries at this time.

September 21, 2009

Mani33

Aginger it will never be published anywhere, Nice try :))
I don't like to hurt people of any race or society! Unfortunately the truth hurts especially when it comes to politics!
Creativei I admire your experience as an emigrant because I am an emigrant "native" also! I also lived in my home land Jordan and it's a monarchy as you know! I agree with you about some advantages and disadvantages in every system. I do discuss politics of my country because I care & never missed a vote! Something not so many Portuguese do because they have lost faith in politics and they forgot the way to change it!... Anyway not gonna make more speech here ;)

September 21, 2009

Creativei

Well first of all I salute you as a individual you are trying your best to inform the voters. I haven't read it but I guess you will be advising people to cast their vote carefully. You are doing your part, and if every educated person follow the right thing we cam make a great difference even in the most corrupt country. My country India has the worst political system, but Im fortunate to live and work in a monarchy system of Middle East, but from my past 9 years experience I can say monarchy is million times better than democracy. Yeah there is disadvantages but if you weigh the advantages its worth to have monarchy. Look at Dubai the growth country has seen in past one decade it wouldn't have been achived if it was a elected government.

September 21, 2009

Aginger

When it will public? I must have a copy first, or I don't belive you... ;)

September 20, 2009

Mani33

Thank you Gabriel, As Susan said I think no body likes the politics of his country. Only the politicians them selves when they are in charge :))

Adrian DL it then! :P

SHusan I'll tell you after the elections if you can come or not :))

September 20, 2009

Justmeyo

I am glad my photo were useful for your article,Mani :)Wish you luck with your article,i not like my country politics also:(

September 20, 2009

Noonie

Nobody likes their country's politics, it seems, and here I was ready to move to Portugal..........

September 20, 2009

Asyan

I like Gabriel's picture! :P

September 19, 2009

Mani33

That makes part of what I wrote also :))

September 19, 2009

Wildmac

Oooh, getting involved in any way in politics is a slippery down hill ride. Cos at the end of the day all the parties are made up of politicians. You have no chance of ending up with anything other than a different bunch of the same thing. lol. :0P

September 19, 2009

Mani33

By e-mail Susan, the only way to be offinsive alone :))

September 19, 2009

Noonie

You, offensive? Oh come on now.....how could you possibly be offensive without me???

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