Dear Ele-Friends,

We’re helping Mines Action Canada spread the word about their Call for Photos for an upcoming video project. Now’s your chance to get your hands or feet featured in an online video to support the Mine Ban Treaty and survivors of landmines and cluster munitions.  The video will premiere in early March. Photos are due February 6th (next Monday). For more details, please read Erin’s request below:


Mines Action Canada needs your help.  We are making a video for our web site
and for the youth campaign that requires photos from our colleagues around
the world.

We are looking for photos of hands, feet, prosthetics and missing limbs
doing everyday things.  Pretty much I’m asking for photos of hands/feet or
whatever you’ve got doing whatever you normally do – walking, playing,
cleaning, writing, cooking etc.  A variety of ages and ethnicities would be
great.  They don’t have to be new photos if you already have a photo that
fits these criteria that’s great….

Photos do not have to be zoomed in too much or anything fancy but the higher
resolution the better.

If you have any photos you would like to include in the video please send
them to me at by February 6th.  The estimate is
we will need about 60 photos so feel free to send more than one.

Please send photos directly to me…so that the video
will remain a surprise for everyone….Thanks!

Take care,


Erin Hunt
Program Officer
Mines Action Canada
Mobile: +1 613 302-3088
Skype: hunt.erinlynn
Twitter: @erinlynnhunt

Thank you for your support and we look forward to sharing their video with all of you in early March.


Windy Borman

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