Women’s March on London

Up to London to see a friend and some art, and how fortunate: it turned out to be the weekend of the Women’s March on London – just what I wanted to do. More on the art later: here are photos of the march, which was a wonderful celebration and demonstration of who we were, young and old; funny, friendly, cheerful, and UP FOR IT.

1 comment
  1. Nicholas Mann said:

    YES!

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