There were practically as many photographers, professional and amateur, at last month's anti-prorogation rally as there were ralliers. When the crowd was still packed into Dundas Square it was a bit difficult to tell, but once it began spilling down Yonge Street it became much more obvious who was there for what, exactly.
Personally, I was strictly ordinary, preceding the march down the middle of Yonge Street and Queen West. Other people went for whatever elevated angles they could get, despite how precarious the footing might seem to me - and with cameras like that, their shots probably turned out a lot better than mine.
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