The Women's March was held on January 21, 2017, in Anchorage, Alaska on a wonderful winter day. People's clothes were covered with large snowflakes. The faces of marchers were red from the chilly conditions. Men and women were enjoying themselves while marching in 14o F weather in support of rights for all Americans that participants believe are in jeopardy under President Trump. I estimated there was close to two thousand people at the gathering. The size and energy of the crowd was a direct result of people feeling that America's values were under attack.
I used my Nikon D600 with a monopod and Nikon 70-200mm f/4 zoom lens to capture images. The soft overcast light was ideal for facial shots and made it easy to acquire correct exposures. I did not have a rain sleeve so my camera and lens ended up covered with wet snow. The type of snow you cannot brush off easily. Now, I always carry a camera wrap to protect my equipment. I will remove any photo upon request by contacting me at email@example.com or 907-240-1025.
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