Night comes and a familiar sound is heard. The infamous 'f**k you' bird commences its night-time chorus. No sign of the rowdy thing but someone narrows down its locality to the sole tree on the gun position.
John Miller photographed the anti-Vietnam War protest movement in Auckland and Wellington in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He was still at school when he took his first images of the protest movement in 1967.
The year is 1970. The day is the 26th of July. The place is Viet-Nam. My role in Viet-Nam was as a scout and tracker.