Hand print obtained from a shirt, ceremony blessing cattle and Club Row open-air dog market.
Titles read: 'PEEPS THROUGH THE WINDOW OF THE WORLD'.
Various locations of events.
In the United States of America we see forensic scientists dipping a shirt in silver nitrate. The solution reacts with the hand secretion and forms a silver chloride hand print when seen under ultraviolet light.
In Vorarlberg in Austria we see locals driving their cattle and sheep from the villages to the mountain slopes for a blessing ceremony. A priest conducts the service before a handful of people and their cattle.
In London we see the famous Club Row open-air dog market. Lots of shots of cute puppies and dogs in the arms of their owners (or sellers?). Dogs are groomed and petted. Dogs drink water from bowls labelled 'Canine Defence League'.