Dave Higgins Photography

Looking at life through nano-coated lenses

Albany’s March for Science was a great time today. This area is a hotbed of scientific activity, with numerous colleges (including the Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering and RPI), a variety of elite hospitals (like Albany Medical Center and St Peter’s), and science centers like GE Global Research and Global Foundries in Malta. So it was no surprise that many scientists and science fans showed up at West Capitol Park to demonstrate their support. While the crowd may have been angry about what some politicians have been doing to marginalize science, today’s march featured a fun group with many clever and amusing signs. Here’s a taste of what the day was like, including some of my favorite signs. Plus – speaking as an English major – everyone’s spelling and grammar was impeccable! 🙂

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(Clicking on any image will open a slide show.)

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All photographs are © Dave Higgins and “Dave Higgins Photography,” 2017; all rights reserved.

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5 Responses to “March for Science – Albany NY”

  1. Jessica Reichard

    Hi Dave, this is one of the organizers. Would you be willing to share your photos of the speakers holding the banner throughout the March? They are great! Please email us at Albany.marchforscience@gmail.com. Thanks?

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  2. Ela (@eladharmalingam)

    Hi Dave, Thanks for the beautiful pictures from the march. I am one of the organizers of the march and is interested in using your pictures on our twitter. I will be using “All photographs are © Dave Higgins and “Dave Higgins Photography,” 2017; all rights reserved.” Do let me know whether this suffices. Thanks!

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    • Dave Higgins

      Hi Ela – Thanks for your comment; I’m glad you like them! You can use them with that photo credit; just note it should be “DaveHugginsPhotography.com” BTW, I just sent an email to Joshua F, Amy H & whomever uses the event email address. You might want to touch base with them. Thanks again!

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