The many faces of America

What strength does a portrait have? As a representation of the energy that is brought forward by such a diverse crowd, the idea of a photograph seems weak. Yet by capturing the more intimate moments of such a huge public movement, a photograph is able to focus in on the human aspect, a tangible glimpse at the faces that make up a crowd.

What strength does a portrait have? As a representation of the energy that is brought forward by such a diverse crowd, the idea of a photograph seems weak. Yet by capturing the more intimate moments of such a huge public movement, a photograph is able to focus in on the human aspect, a tangible glimpse at the faces that make up a crowd. Looking at a close up of somebody in such a state of emotion, giving themselves to something they believe in, always re-affirms the strength that is brought forward at events such as this.

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