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Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear

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Two people in orange jumpsuits carry a large inflatable elephant with banners discussing the 9/11 Truth movement. A person dresses in stars and stripes.
A woman wears a shirt stating opposition to hydraulic fracturing, better known as "fracking".
A man dresses in a Captain America outfit. A man dresses as Unemployed Man.
A woman dresses as a "sexy police officer".
A man dresses as Darth Vader. The man got a huge kick out of it when I asked him if he was dressed as Darth Vader or Chad Vader. The man in the Darth Vader outfit poses for a photo with other costumed participants.
A group poses while wearing shirts designed to resemble the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers uniforms. This shirt design is based on the suits seen in the movie, as the television show's uniforms never had chest emblems.
A woman holds a sign playing on gravity and education. A man wears a giant papier-mâché head, designed to look frightened.
A crudely-painted sign compares hope to fear.
A man's sign compares the effect on government as caused by thoughtful voters versus angry voters. A bird designed to resemble an Arctic Tern is carried over the crowd, to draw attention to the protection of the Arctic Refuge.
A bird designed to resemble an Arctic Tern is carried over the crowd, to draw attention to the protection of the Arctic Refuge.
A woman holds up an easily-distracted sign. Two women pose with a person dressed as a giant marijuana leaf.
One woman holds up a sign saying, "Love Each Other You Will", while another, dressed as a character from Gremlins, holds up a sign reading, "Seniors For Truthiness".
A group of four people, dressed up as robots. The only female in the robot group, with round objects placed just so.
A "Jeffersontron" robot, proudly made in America.
Members of Code Pink raise a large pink slip behind the rally stage, calling for an end to the war in Afghanistan. Members of Code Pink raise a large pink slip behind the rally stage, calling for an end to the war in Afghanistan.
Members of Code Pink pose for a photo following the raising of the pink slip.
Identifying himself as being in the "Dirty Old Man Party", the main message on this man's sign forms a risqué secondary message. Another sign spoofing the "What do we want? [Whatever]! When do we want it? NOW!" concept.
A sign pokes fun at former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin and then-Delaware Senatorial candidate Christine O'Donnell.
Two men dress as grapes, with plays on jams and raisins on their signs. Two men dress as grapes, with plays on jams and raisins on their signs.
Two men dress as grapes, with plays on jams and raisins on their signs.
A man dresses in a way to resembling a devil, while carrying a sign reading, "VOTE REPUBLICAN". A woman wears a pink wig, with sunglasses adorned with stars.
Two children carry signs that say, "My Daddy Says I'm Too Smart For Tea Partys". Unfortunately, this sign is grammatically incorrect, as the final word should be written as "Parties".
Crowds on the National Mall at the far west end of the official rally site. Crowds on the National Mall at the far west end of the official rally site.
A crowd of people watches the rally from the steps of the Air and Space Museum.
A pair dresses as the black spy and white spy from Mad Magazine's "Spy vs. Spy" feature.  The black spy holding what is alleged to be a bomb (actually a foam rubber basketball).
The black spy's "bomb".
A man wears a t-shirt likening duct tape to the Force. A man wears a blue zentai suit.
A person holds a small sign stating, "Not So Loud".
A man and woman hold signs with opposing reactions in front of the Air and Space Museum. A group sits on a wall, holding signs about sanity.
A sign sits in a bush stating, "There's nothing reasinable about government, [and] nothing moderate about capitalism!"
A young girl poses in a banana costume. Turns out that I was the one to break her shyness. Her parents told me that lots of people had wanted her to do the whole Peanut Butter Jelly Time bit, but she only did it after I started doing it first. A man and woman dress as Mario and Luigi, respectively. Note, however, that Mario is taller than Luigi in this case, and that neither person is sporting their character's trademark mustache. No word on how well this Luigi can jump, however.
A man dresses as Sub-Zero from the video game Mortal Kombat, while his companion simply wears a blue wig.
A man holds a pro-marijuana sign. A woman holds a sign that reads, "Imagine a world without a--holes".
A sign in the bushes reads, "I could go for a little SANITY... and a martini".
A man and a woman each dressed up as Waldo from the Where's Waldo series of books. A woman with a green-painted face wears a pirate hat adorned with used teabags, while holding a sign saying "Don't teabag me!"
Two women dress in pink costumes designed to resemble pigs.
A man wears a green zentai suit with sunglasses, a hoodie, and shorts. A man dressed as a clown has a somewhat uncouth message for Glenn Beck.
A sign pokes fun at the Senate race in Nevada, where Sharron Angle ran against incumbent Senator Harry Reid.

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