Alright,

Today I went into downtown Manhattan to capture the climate march. I beat the crowd to 42st and was able to capture a couple images of the blockaded streets.

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This is to give you a better idea of how many people filled up the streets and this was only one group of the over 400,000 people who attended the march.

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Very peaceful and well organized.

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Building along the route even took part.

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People came from across America to attend.

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After a while of being in a crowd like that it can get a little cramped so I grabbed a burger from Shake Shack (watch out In N Out Burger…) and headed over to Williamsburg to check out some Flea Markets.

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This is the outdoor Williamsburg Flea, tons of cool vendors with and 50/50 mix of furniture and clothing. I might need a shipping container for my return trip home… I also checked out Artists and Fleas, another market close by.

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This is what you get in this district.

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I still think fire escapes are cool additions to buildings, even if only to have access to rooftop parties (where I ended up both nights this weekend).

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Commissioned graffiti outside a restaurant in Williamsburg. I’m jealous of people that do art without an undo option, very cool.

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