This is a very special piece of work for me, I framed and donated this photograph to WomanKind for a pop-up exhibit and silent auction earlier this year. It was sold to a woman from Barclay’s and I was told that she was very happy with the purchase. It’s not only the bidding of this photograph that made me happy but also the fact that someone could admire the moment captured as much as I did.
I saw quite a few little girls marching with their own handmade signs, it was so admirable to see them and as well as their parents who chose to expose them to the realities of life. I truly believe it’s important to empower little girls, by being an example to them. So you go girl(s)!!
This is one of my favorite pictures of the march. Your eyes will naturally go towards the woman looking up to the equality sign held by a little girl. But you may or may not miss is the young girl directly looking at my camera on the right hand side. In this chaotic moment, she looks very calm, perhaps taking a moment to rest her arm that had been holding the sign.
When WE, women unite and empower each other WE develop a happy, peaceful, and functional world for EVERYONE!
This was hard not to miss, a happy man with his happy lady, walking in women’s march not giving two cents on what anyone thinks of his flower power! If you go back to the “G I R L S” image, you will notice them walking in the background, arm in arm, one foot in front of another.
I love the gradual increase of the size of signs in this picture, along with the steam in background, the man at the front looking sideways with a smile. Observe from stature of liberty from far left.
No one gets to the top easily, and neither did she!
One of favorite shots! There’s so much going on in this photograph, the more you observe the more you will find. Everything from the flag, the girls helping each other get up, the woman capturing a moment on her phone, the man photographing, the woman beginning to walk across, the steam, the sky high buildings…
This moment was hilarious, because they knew that I knew, I knew that they knew, they knew that I knew, I knew that they knew…