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SFR's Zozobra Adventures

September 16, 2009, 12:00 am
By SFR Staff
For the first time in the history of the world, ever, SFR had its own documentary photographer available to capture the Zozobra action.

No, we're not talking about the Wall Street Journal (though that slideshow is awesome; photo number nine features Yours Truly, looking awfully majestic traveling at the speed of gloom); we're not talking about the video from Channel 7 news (stay tuned for 1:05); we're not talking about the LA Times (not as cool as the WSJ article); we're not talking about Rob Wilder, who took a shitload of pictures as we ran pell-mell up to the feet of Zozobra with thousands of glooms in hand.

No, we're talking about my very own ma, Bernadette Jusinski (who features prominently in that Channel 7 news clip), who came from New Jersey to her first Zozobra and promptly became not only our newsy spokeswoman, but who took the most pictures ever taken at the gloom tent, ever.

Have fun seeing Zozo from an SFR point of view!

 

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