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Tuesday, September 01, 2009

What's Big in Hyde?

The CDPB theme today is Big. When I asked my friends "What's Big in Hyde?" quite a lot of people came up with the boxer Ricky Hatton.

Last Wednesday Mohammed Ali (aka Cassius Clay) visited Ricky at his gym in Hyde.

Lots of media people were there beaming their stories about the meeting around the world. I just photographed the photographers.

Check out the video reports on BBC news and on BBC Sport.

To find out what is Big around the world Click here to view thumbnails for all participants.


Babooshka said...

I actually met Ali when he visited my way as a child. Great day, and he is what I would term a real star, unlike todays wannabees. Truly Big.

Buck said...

Brilliant interpretation of big! Love it.

Leif Hagen said...

Where is BIG Ricky?! Did he shrink? Not so BIG anymore?

Chuck Pefley said...

A BIG deal indeed. Nicely done!

Jilly said...

I'd never heard of Ricky Hatton until I saw the visit of Ali on the television. A super choice and way of looking at today's Theme, Gerald.

Lois said...

That is big!

Cezar and Léia said...

Big idea for the theme! ;)

marley said...

A very big deal! I like your take on recording this event.

Lavenderlady said...

Now this is a great interpretation of "big". Like Jilly, I had no clue who Ricky Hatton I know.

Denton said...

That is very big indeed .. I admit that I had to visit Wikipedia to find out who Ricky Hatton is .. glad I did.

Marie-Noyale said...

From the number of photographers he must be Big!!
I'll go now and check on Wikip.

Chin said...

I really like first photo you put text on suitable positon.

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