Busking for Zombies

Busking for Zombies

While walking down 17 Avenue SW, Zombies passed by this busker. A mild attack, left her slightly bloody. The fact there were at least two buskers on an October day, is a good sign busking has improved in Calgary, since regulations were eased just over a year ago.

Calgary had it’s annual Zombie Walk on Saturday, October 17, 2009. The undead arose at Olympic Plaza, staggered down Stephen Avenue Walk, then limped to Tomkins Park for a rest, and finally undied at Shaw Millennium Park. This year the event was used to collect food and funds for the Calgary Inter-Faith Food Bank. For the first time, I used a Canon EF 50mm f/1.88 II lens, which for it’s price, is quite good for what I wanted, which was to create a small depth of field effect, and to have a fast shutter speed.

Photographer: Robert Thivierge

Date Taken2009-10-17 15:58:50
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