Being that it’s December and the weather is great somehow, I’ve been able to get a few pictures outside, mostly just in the yard or at the park.
“What was this?”
I think it[The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear] was one of those great cases of an event where you have literally thousands of people experiencing the same thing at the same time, and everyone will have their own perspective and experience of the event. You could tell as the day started and progressed, no one in the crowd knew what to expect, or what would happen. We were standing here.
I had an amazing day, I thought it was a brilliant rally and was just a lot of fun to be at, you really had no idea who was going to come on stage next. That was until Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow came out to kill some time, which worked well in favor of the Rally goers, during our bored look-around during those performances, we were able to see what had become the final size, but then Skeryl Crow sang another song, and the lack of interest peaked at this point during the rally.
But the low points are greatly overshadowed by the high points, Peace-Crazy-Love-Train, Giant Puppet Colbert, Jon had to sing, and seeing everyone there, that was the best part, just seeing the crowd, it was a lot of people, and everyone was very respectful to each other and their surroundings. It wasn’t a perfect crowd, there’s still the loud commentators standing right behind us who lived in DC and thought they should stop by to see this whole “Rally” thing, but that’s the thing, it’s never perfect, and never will be. My favorite part of Jon’s speech was that there will always be darkness, but we get through it together, using the analogy of a freeway tunnel. We all have to compromise everyday, and people unwilling to compromise are noticed by the others, but we can’t do anything about them, we can only handle ourselves, and be willing to be the change we want to see in the world, not demand it from everyone else.
I made a short montage of the rally using my canon 60d and schmoyoho‘s autotuned tune.
Here’s just a plain crowd shot to try to show the scope from where we
And here’s a few photos from the day.
My dearest thanks go out to everyone that was a part of this, from reddit to Jon & Stephen, to Mel & Molly for keeping me company, to everyone that made it out and made it what it was, thank you for a memorable day.
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Dogtown now has a new park, opening day was a madhouse, but it was awesome to see how much this place meant to all the skaters in the area, they really respected the place and each other. It’s comforting to see how well people thrive when placed in an environment where they can be themselves, without judgment from society, I guess that’s just the way all of Venice is.
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During my time at Tipp-C as a photography/design intern, I was able to use a lot of my photography in the magazine, the few of us interns that worked their(Eric & Adam deserve a shout) would design the entire magazine in the weekend before going to press.
Tipp-C was an interesting experience, but it was always humbling to see my photos on the cover of a campus wide paper.