Sunday, January 28, 2007

This is What Democracy Looks Like...

Or it's one way that it looks.

After a long week, I very nearly didn't go to DC yesterday for the march against the war. But it seemed a small thing to do considering. Here's some of the sights I saw. We especially enjoyed the band: saxophone, clarinet, harmonica, some drums and...a frying pan! Wish I could have captured the audio too.





7 Comments:

Blogger Deezee said...

That is so great you were there! I so wanted to be.

And thanks for sharing the images. They warm my heart with hope.

11:31 AM  
Blogger snowsparkle said...

"bush... a rock, only dumber"

this says it all!

so great you were there to give the protest your voice and capture the essence of things... love the photo of the band. these lift my spirits in ways i can't explain. thank you!

12:16 PM  
Anonymous jen said...

oh, i love this. thank you for sharing it. it's hopeful, isn't it, when we all come together.

even if no one domestically is listening, i always hope the rest of the world might notice and remember we are all not like them.

12:22 PM  
Anonymous Shelley said...

Wish I could have been there, too! I saw the protest on the news and was proud that so many took part in it. You really brought it home for me.

1:28 PM  
Blogger angela said...

i love to look at these, so much to see in each photo.
thanks for sharing them :)

9:15 PM  
Blogger January said...

Very cool. I used to live in DC, and I loved the feeling of being part of the process.

Thanks for sharing the photos.

9:49 PM  
Anonymous AscenderRisesAbove said...

thanks for the images; the press does not cover these events - thank goodness for bloggers!!

9:50 AM  

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