January Twenty-Ninth

On Sunday, thousands of people (the count I saw was more than 10,000) gathered in front of the White House to protest the administration's refugee ban, and then marched down to the Capitol to protest Congress' inaction. I was already downtown for work and walked down to the protest with my cameras. I have three sets of photos from this demonstration. This is the first set. The next set, which are on medium format film, will probably show up in a week. And the last set, on 35mm film, I'll have to develop sometime this month.

Anywho, here are my digital shots from today. All taken with a Fuji X100T using the wide-angle converter, and edited in VSCO for iOS. The "wide-angle" in this case is 28mm, which is a little tough. There's always so much in the frame. But I think I used the space well, for the most part. As always, let me know what you think.

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