Calm before madness

These photos are from the first week of November up until the election. I spent most of that time in North Carolina, covering the final leg of the Clinton campaign and criss-crossing the state. It was exhausting, but a lot of fun. I didn't take as many photos as I would have liked, I took some, and here are the few that I liked.

 This guy was selling Clinton gear for everyone to enjoy.

This guy was selling Clinton gear for everyone to enjoy.

 And this was his table of gear.

And this was his table of gear.

 I passed this garage, and this car body, on my way to Raleigh.

I passed this garage, and this car body, on my way to Raleigh.

 A giant American flag from a Clinton rally.

A giant American flag from a Clinton rally.

On election night, I was at CBS News in New York City. These are a few shots from the green room.

 A decorative hat of campaign buttons and stickers. 

A decorative hat of campaign buttons and stickers. 

 Frank Luntz, on the phone. 

Frank Luntz, on the phone. 

These next few photos are from the day and night after the election. Looking at their composition and lighting, I think they reflect my mood pretty well.

 Walk-in's welcomed. 

Walk-in's welcomed. 

 Going down to the subway. 

Going down to the subway. 

 I think, if I ever make a print of this photo, I will call it "alone."

I think, if I ever make a print of this photo, I will call it "alone."