Your favorite photograph of the year taken with a Canon FF

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Your favorite photograph of the year taken with a Canon FF
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Hi,

If you had to choose one of your photograph for 2017, which one will you pick and why?

Power to the People (D.C. Women's March) | 2017

Explanation: this was probably the most powerful event I attended this year 2017, and luckily I was there to capture this massive demonstration. I remembered quite clearly I went to a bar with a friend of mine in Chinatown, and we watched on TV Sean Spicer delivering his first press talk, I was baffled by the fake claims he provided about "the most attented president inauguration ever, period!"(that happened the day before the Womens' March, and I was there too). The Women's March was incredible, so many people, it was not even close to the president inauguration. This is to me the most important photograph of the year as it shows how massive people gathered together. That was the first response to the current administration.

It was taken with the 6D + 70-200 mm f/2.8 (I always carry that beast, and there is a good reason for it). Sadly I did not have the 5DIV at the time (I purchased it later).

Thanks for sharing yours. Please just provide only one photograph!

Cheers,

Max

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