LOL at no cameras. I have put myself in that position before (but was asked to leave by security)How is your photography course going? I am contemplating on joining (just waiting for our $ to improve a little). Do you think it is a good follow on from Candice's class?By the way you are taking great photos.
oops, but you captured what you could!
Love these shots...oopps on the now cameras...oh well!cari
I don't think that would be considered breaking the law. ;)
Nice shots. I was wondering if we were allowed to take cameras in. ~Jackie
i love it, breaking the laws, while diciding the laws :)
Opps. Cool shots to take.
what? no cameras? don't tell anyone that I took mine to the polls too! you got some great patriotic/vote day shots.
I love how you documented voting in such a cool way! Oops ;) !
Aww, I thought about bringing my camera too, but I didn't think about it till after I left!
Cool shots to remember this election by!
I won't tell! :)
Great pics on a historical moment!!
Fun shots that capture election day! I wonder why no cameras???
LOL. I thought about shooting a photo of my ballot but I didn't want my vote to get nullified or something. :-DThis was the most interested I've been in an election in a long time. My son is taking an AP Government class, and he, his girlfriend, and I all stayed up to watch all the returns.
You are such a rebel! I love that shot of the flag.
I love it! That first shot is fantastic. Sometime I should start carrying my little point and shoot so I can be discrete.
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