Photos four

On March 1, I drove in Austin. By the state capitol, I saw to my right a line of ralliers, and slowed my car in a hurry.

A single photo

With his right hand, a man gripped a yellow-and-blue umbrella, as well as an image of Hitler. In his left hand he held a phone. He wore dress shoes.

To his left, a woman held a yellow-and-blue umbrella with her right hand. In her left hand she held a different image of Hitler. She wore sneakers.

To her left a man stood. He wore a hoodie and sneakers. He held in both hands a sign in all-caps reading: Putin is a terrorist.

Another photo

The woman with the yellow-and-blue umbrella stood at viewer’s right. In both hands she held her image of Hitler. The umbrella she held tucked against her left side.

The man with the yellow-and-blue umbrella stood to her right. He held the phone in his left hand. In his right hand he held both his image of Hitler and the umbrella handle.

To his right a man stood. On his head, a stetson. On his feet, sneakers. I felt trust for him based on how he ran quickly to grab my business card.

To his right stood a woman. She wore sneakers. Just barely, she smiled.

A third photo

The same woman smiled. To her right stood a woman. She held a sign stating that Russia does not equal Putin.

To her right stood a woman with long hair. She was touching the screen of her phone. Her legs, clothed, were slender.

To her right stood a woman with sunglasses and sneakers. I felt trust for her based on her strength of will; that is why I gave her my business card. With her left hand she held a sign with two all-caps imperatives: Stop Putin; Save the world

A fourth photo

To her left stood the woman with slender legs and long hair; to her right stood a woman with sneakers and two signs. The sign above read: I am Russian I don’t support this shit! Putin is a war criminal. The sign below read: Putin does not equal Russia Putin equals Hitler

To her right stood a woman with sneakers, shades, and blue jeans ripped at the knees. In her hands she held a sign saying: I am against the war in Ukraine. In her left hand she simultaneously held a small flag that was yellow-and-blue.

The four photos

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