A selection of photos from the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. For more photos, click a photo and it will take you to my Flickr site.
^^^Making the posters the night before.
^^^Waiting to get on the Metro in Alexandria. It ended up being pretty awful. We were crushed after the second or third stop and got off the train at a station where they were managing the crowds better. The way back was better.
^^^Trying to get out of the Metro at L’Enfant Plaza.
^^^Where we ended up before we crossed Independence Ave., found a bathroom in the Freer-Sackler Gallery, then joined the march on the other side of it. There were people everywhere and we couldn’t see past the people around us and so everyone just moved toward the White House.
^^^My favorite sign (so many to choose from!) was “Free Tic-Tacs if You Can Define Consent.”
We took Carty to the Air and Space Museum for an hour then had a much better Metro experience on the way back.
^^^After we checked out of the hotel on Sunday we rode the Metro back and went to the Museum of the American Indian and the Freer-Sackler Gallery to see the “Art of the Qur’an” exhibit. Beautiful manuscripts! I know manuscripts and they were the BEST manuscripts! One of them was HUGE!
^^^Some people came back out and left their signs on Sunday.