The March for Life went really well. It was a great day. My dad and I left our house at 3:15 AM, stopped at Sheetz to get something to eat for breakfast later, then went to the church. The bus left St. Joe's at 4:00AM and we showed up at the D.C. Armory around 6:15 (I'm not sure exactly what time but it was after 6 and still dark outside). We had an awesome time at the Youth Rally which included Mass and the Rosary as well as some fun praise & worship songs with 10,000 other teenagers. We then ate our lunches and headed over on the Metro to the National Mall where the March starts. Last year I deliberately left my camera at home thinking that I would have no need for a camera. I was very mistaken and very mad at myself last year. So this year I made sure to bring my camera. D.C. is such a cool city and even though we didn't go very far in the city, I got some great pictures.
Another picture of our banner:
A girl named Tess and her awesome sign:
No idea who he is, but me and my friends loved his sign and so we asked him if we could take a picture:
Another great sign:
My five best friends:
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And then with this one the trees are gone! Yes I figured out how to clone stuff out of a picture! Pretty cool right?
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And then with the distracting sings and trees out:
Loved this sign too:
Not sure which building this is:
I had one chance while crossing the street to get a picture of all three flags and I got it!
Inside the D.C. Armory, the left side of the back:
The right side front:
The left side, front:
The pictures in the Armory did not come out very well because it had terrible lighting. But I had to show how many people there were!