Kamala!


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Kamala!

Kamala Harris at SF Pride 2019.

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47 comments

  1. Choosing this post to wish you and your family a very peaceful weekend, after this hard week. Be well and stay strong, my friend!

  2. My very best wishes to America in the coming election. We (all) need a change.

  3. Hello Jane,

    Interesting to see both the monochrome and color versions …

    With the nomination of Kamala Harris, I think, the presidential race became more tight, right?

    Now both the camps are targeting the Indian community and here in India, the US presidential election has captured more attention than before.

    Eagerly waiting for November πŸ™‚

    • Hi Sreejith, Thank you. I am very happy with Kamala’s nomination and it’s great to read that the India is watching closely. I hope she inspires the vote and that they win. We are desperate for a change. πŸ˜”

      • I feel, all those who cares for nature and life of common people, are desperately looking for a change.

        Even the last election result was quite a surprise to us and interestingly not even a single American with whom I talked to in 2016, before the elections, supported Mr. Trump.

        Let’s hope the Democratic camp stick to their promises and doesn’t dilute much to gather popular vote …

  4. What a great pic! That parade always seems to be so lively and full of energy. You captured that smile.

  5. I love the color image~wonderful! Just look at her standing there, so proud and strong. I’m so happy about her being chosen.

  6. YES!!! Thank you for the post, Jane! πŸ™‚

  7. Nice B&W version. I do like the color version regarding the sparkly vest. The one thing most male politicians (D and R) fear is a smart, attractive woman. Kamala fits that mold. One time, a Rep senator was asked Condi Rice a question and was taking issue with her answer. My dad said the old guy was a fool for thinking he knew the answer and Condi didn’t. πŸ™‚

    • Thanks, David. So true about fearing a smart woman. Happens to me all the time. 🀣 Love your Condi story. She was a smart woman in the running, too. Let’s keep hoping for good things to happen. We sure need it.

  8. i think this was the best choice for VP, she comes across really good – strong but quietly confident.

  9. What fun, Jane – I saw the color version on Instagram and had to agree with Gunta this time, because of the vest. πŸ™‚ I’m glad you tagged it and I hope Kamala’s campaign people see it. Meanwhile, I hope YOU find a way to keep cool this weekend, yikes!

  10. Kamala indeed…temptress of so many men!! read Hermann Hesse…Siddhartha

  11. Loved this on Facebook and happy to see it here. I also prefer the color as that vest is awesome. She’s already getting ridiculous and insulting comments but if there is anyone capable of handling it and handing it back it’s Kamala.

    • Thanks, Steve. Agree, it’s better in color to show off her pride spirit. The misogyny and racism is rampant but you are right, Kamala can handle it. Glad you enjoyed the photos! Now we need to get out the vote.

  12. Yes! Go Kamala! And goodbye Pence. Please, please, please, fingers and everything crossed…
    Thanks, Jane.

  13. A fabulous capture! Colorful, happy, and authoritative.

  14. I am sure that was a very special opportunity to get a clear shot of her and her pose. A great shot!

  15. Oh wow, that’s cool!! I am very happy with Bidens choice for her as running mate.

  16. Yay! They grow ’em good in California… (pity I couldn’t see the rainbow vest.) πŸ˜€

  17. Excellent! Epic. And even the policeman looks happy, wow, great shot!

  18. BEautiful shot, Jane. I think you should send this to their campaign staff. Really I do!

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