Huge enthusiastic crowd along Constitution Avenue for the parade and the Mall for the rally.
I was volunteering to photograph the Pride Fund to End Gun Violence, with their popular booth (glitter!) at the Festival.
I was the volunteer photographer for The Pride Fund to End Gun Violence, so spent most of my time with them at their booth on Dupont Circle, and where they were setting up and marching in the parade.
Projections by Robin Bell on The Line Hotel, June 8th, for Pride Weekend
The Washington Capitals just won their first Stanley Cup. The game was in Las Vegas, but there were immense crowds on the streets around the arena in D.C.
Redevelopment of the Whitman-Walker property on 14th Street. The mural is by No Kings Collective.
The Q Street Barbies are a long-standing display in the front yard of a row house on Q Street. The scene is changed every few weeks, portraying holidays, news events, or other cultural icons. Currently, they are all ready for Pride. .
Game 4 of the Stanley Cup playoffs was in D.C. last night, resulting in a definitive win for the Caps. Outside the arena, fans gathered hours before the start of the game to support their team, and enjoy the spectacle of the surrounding streets, a concert by Fall Out Boy on the steps of the … Continue reading Caps!
The decision in Masterpiece Cakeshop Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission was announced this morning. At the time of the announcement, there was just the usual media setup and school groups and a few other people, since most people had not expected a decision this early in June. The ACLU quickly organized a rally, and … Continue reading Masterpiece Cakeshop
The Korean War Memorial on the day after Memorial Day, with the wreaths still looking fresh.