Make America Decent Again . . . . one person at a time.
New York City.
Cool capture. Thanks for all your likes. I’m back stateside.
Thank you Ruth!
Indeed! Let’s sell these hats in bulk on the street corners.
That street corner is Amazon! Thanks Alys!
This is another spectacular shot Patti and his hat just about sums up the dilemma we all find ourselves in now 🙂
Dilemma shilemma, it’s not going anywhere in a hurry is it . . . . thank you Joe.
Thank you Gaynor! xx
No more descending. It will take time. One person at the beginning and double compound it each time. Great shot showing the way.
Thank you Gerard and yes, working on the compound. I have a shot of another guy wearing a red “Make America Gay Again” which I might post some time in the next four years or so. Hope all well with you!
interesting shot, well seen and well done as usually
So kind and thank you very much indeed Robert!
A lot of ambiguity here, it’s not to simple when you think about it, is it?
Thinking about it all is seriously starting to hurt! 😱
Well – He’s smiling so I’m guessing he’s got some good vibes on those ‘phones 🙂 Nice shot Patti!
Hahaha Martin that’s because he’s decent in the first place!
Great portrait, Patti! Here’s hoping…
Tempted to say wake me up when it’s all over . . . thank you Richard!
Yes. One at a time. 🙂
I guess so Brian . . . . 🙁
Or as newly-elected French President Macron just said – in English – “Let’s make our planet great again”. 😉
Very effective portrait.
Huge thank you!
Quite the hat in this street portrait.
Isn’t it great, thank you Allan!
Hello Patty! It’s been weeks and weeks since I’ve visited WP or been able to do much commenting on Instagram.
Keep on posting incredible pictures of the small, quiet acts of resistance, as well as the bigger ones.
Gosh Laurie, with you on the weeks and weeks since visiting, now coming out blinking into the bright light . . . catch up with you soon and thank you as ever for kind words here!
Hi Patty. I’ve been meaning to ask for a while: I hope you or yours were nowhere near Times Square the other day.
Thank you Brian for your kind thoughts and all fine. I was there the day before and the day of . . . that life can turn so quickly eh?
It does. It does. It is just a matter of minutes. Glad you are safe.
Brilliant! He’s my hero 🙂
More than happy to share heroes with you Madhu, thank you!
Love this portrait, Patti. I hope his message gets around!
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