Scenes from the March for Life, and some pro-choice activists, by the Supreme Court and Capitol.
Dreamers outside the National Republican Congressional Committee building today.
The #ProtectMyVote rally went on today in front of the Supreme Court, while the voting rights case, Husted v. A. Philip Randolph Institute, was argued inside.
I always like to start the year by photographing around the city, but in today’s frigid weather, I went inside five museums on the Mall. Favorite exhibits: Subodh Gupta’s Terminal at the Sackler Seeing Ai Weiwei’s Trace again, on the closing day of the exhibit.
At the Kennedy Center Waiting for the balloon drop, under the red lights: The balloon drop at midnight: The colored lights on the ceiling of the Grand Foyer:
Celebration at Yards Park
One photo for each month, of the protests and rallies in D.C.
One photo from each month of 2017 (not including photos of protests, which are in a separate post)
The Louis Vuitton exhibit Volez, Voguez, Voyagez at the old American Stock Exchange building tells the story of travel and adventure through the history of Louis Vuitton trunks. I especially liked the trunks fitted for reading and writing.
The Michelangelo exhibit at the Met is one of the most crowded exhibits I’ve ever been to. Since most of the works shown are small drawings, it was pretty impossible to see them with an unobstructed view. So here is the Sistine Chapel ceiling replica, and the gift shop.