As we've previously noted, the the Women's March on Washington drew hundreds of thousands, including thousands of marchers from Florida.
CL photographer Anthony Martino rode on a bus that drove up from Tampa, and came across some interesting sights while embedded with the team of activists who made the trek in order to voice their concerns over potential erosion of cicil liberties and what they see as an ominous tone the president, his administration and his supporters are setting.
Marchers gathered in a parking lot to wait for the but.
Marchers gathered to wait for their whirlwind northward trip to start.
Many were already decked out in pro-diversity, anti-Trump insignia.
Two young women create signs as they wait.
The line forms, pink hats and all.
On the road.
A line of buses that carried riders from other regions.
The area in the front of the Capitol Building is packed.
The sign on the right references former First Lady Michelle Obama's Democratic National Convention speech.
Marchers stop by Trump International Hotel to deliver a message.
They left a few messages for the president.
The ever-present P-word.
A panorama of just some of the crowd.
Protesters in DC lament the close of the Obama era.
The march passes a group called 'Blacks for Trump.'
More Trump supporters along the way.
Marching into the night.