So, this is one of my favorite photos that I've captured at, ya know, the few protests I've attended this past year.

I feel like it captured a lot of things, one being disconnect: a lot of the people you see in the background behind my subject - guys in the car - they were just passerby-ers; they weren't exactly people walking with the protest or anything. A lot of them were just walking, minding their own business, going about their day as if none of this was happening. 

I also feel like it genuinely captures the New York spirit: these guys weren't with the protest themselves; they saw the protest, they stopped at the crowd, got out and showed their support. 

It was a really dope experience. It's nice to see joy in these moments, ya know, given what the protests are centered around. It's refreshing to me, to say the least.

Grand Central Station, Manhattan, New York - Jun 01, 2020

Marvin Holloway

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Marvin Holloway
Marvin Holloway
Marvin Holloway
Jun 1, 2020
42nd Street Grand Central Station, Manhattan, New York

Marvin Holloway